In the drone zone

From spotting sharks to mapping plastic pollution across the globe, drones are being deployed in innovative new ways to make everyone’s life better and safer. —

UNMANNED aerial vehicles – also known as drones – are proving to be versatile, as new uses for them are being discovered every day.

Many more industries are adopting the use of drones for tasks that are too hazardous for humans such as mapping buildings with structural damages or disaster areas.

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