Michael Wing, director of the Aerial Information Systems Laboratory at Oregon State University, left, and doctoral candidate Cory Garms fly a survey flight with a DJI Phantom Pro 4 unmanned vehicle at an area vineyard, near Amity, Ore.
Michael Wing, director of the Aerial Information Systems Laboratory at Oregon State University, left, and doctoral candidate Cory Garms fly a survey flight with a DJI Phantom Pro 4 unmanned vehicle at an area vineyard, near Amity, Ore. Andy Cripe AP
Michael Wing, director of the Aerial Information Systems Laboratory at Oregon State University, left, and doctoral candidate Cory Garms fly a survey flight with a DJI Phantom Pro 4 unmanned vehicle at an area vineyard, near Amity, Ore. Andy Cripe AP

Drones prove essential to Oregon State researchers despite complications

October 02, 2017 06:00 AM