How Cambodia's first drone company is helping farmers
SM Waypoint claims its unmanned aerial vehicles can help local farm and plantation owners increase their yields.
Established in September 2015, SM Waypoint now has seven drone pilots, two sales staff and two accountants.
Though the company focuses mainly on agricultural projects, the potential uses of the drones are extremely varied, going from measuring exact land height for building drainage systems to finding the most suitable location for special economic zones (SEZs) or factories.
Watch the video above to see the drones in action.