I would even extend in agriculture what we've seen a lot recently from the United States and from Japan, what we call the agri-robot. They're not necessarily drones, but agri-robots. I've seen all kinds of applications right now. From Japan there are robots picking fruit. Any activity that is labour intensive will essentially be disrupted by a robot at some point, because labour is the most expensive part of most businesses here if you're labour intensive. Picking fruit is one of them.
In the past we could never change the feel of a human being. Is that strawberry ready? Is it red enough? Yes, I'll pick it. The vision systems and the touch systems of the robots were not advanced enough, but now they're getting there. A robot can make a decision now as to whether it is ready.
You have to extend that to more than drones. Drones are great for mapping. They're great for surveillance, but I think you're going to get more and more of these robotic solutions in agriculture. Is it a good thing or a bad thing? It's a good thing if you're the owner of the farm, but maybe a bad thing if you're a Mexican worker coming here during the summer to pick fruit.