Veronica Hall brings a decade of agricultural expertise, with a primary focus on climate and natural resource management from an academic standpoint. Four years ago, she shifted her focus to sUAS operations, specializing in Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) acquisition. Her work in this field led to the creation of Soil Erosion and Sedimentation models for the USDA- Agricultural Research Service in central Oklahoma, facilitating the development of land use management practices aimed at mitigating soil erosion on their long-term research model farms. In 2021, Veronica joined Frontier Precision Inc. as the Chief Pilot for FAA Part 137 operations, concurrently conducting research on competitive offerings in the agricultural market. In 2022, she transitioned to Rantizo, assuming the role of Customer Support Pilot/ Technical Support Specialist for their as-applied maps application. As of October 2023, she has taken on the role of Interim Chief Pilot for FAA Part 137 operations at Rantizo, further solidifying her position as a notable figure in the field of agricultural drone operations.