NEODESHA, Kan., Sept. 20, 2018 — AgEagle Aerial Systems, Inc., (NYSE American: UAVS) an aerial drone imagery collection and analytics company, has been invited to participate at the 2018 Gratitude Railroad Investor Retreat, which is being held September 23-26, 2018 at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, UT.
AgEagle CEO Barrett Mooney is scheduled to lead a group discussion on Monday, September 24th. He will be speaking on the future of sustainability in the agriculture industry and the solutions the AgEagle platform offers to reduce water and chemical usage while increasing crop yield for farmers and agribusinesses.
“AgEagle is honored to participate with such an extensive network of accomplished investors, academics, activists, business leaders and entrepreneurs who share our values and vision of harnessing capitalism as a force for good,” said Dr. Mooney, CEO of AgEagle. “We look forward to presenting our vision for sustainability in the agricultural supply chain.”
Gratitude Railroad is a community of investors who are seeking to refocus capitalism to become a force for the greater good and move capital into social and environmental solutions without sacrificing returns. The Gratitude Railroad Investor Retreat was created to connect investors with thought leaders and ecosystem partners to discuss, debate and act on these investment opportunities.
To receive additional information or request an invitation to the investor retreat, please contact your representative at Gratitude Railroad or visit their website here.
About AgEagle Aerial Systems, Inc.Founded in 2012, AgEagle is a provider of drone imagery and data analytics for the precision and sustainable agriculture markets. The company designs, produces, distributes and supports technologically-advanced small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones) that collect valuable information through ultra-high-resolution images by flying over large crop fields. The company utilizes their advanced data analytics platform to analyze the images and identify sustainability opportunities, including water utilization efficiency and reducing chemical usage to improve soil health for farmers and agribusinesses alike.
The company is based in Neodesha, Kansas. For more information, please visit www.ageagle.com.
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