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Savvy Designers Putting Survey Drones to Work Sniffing Bombs

Savvy Designers Putting Survey Drones to Work Sniffing Bombs

Worldwide, there are more than 100 million unexploded ordinances (UXO) left behind after wars end. Arch Aerial, an Austin drone maker, is hoping to put their survey drones to work by sending them into minefields to clear the bombs. Their concept is to use octorotors geared-up with laser imaging LIDAR to comb through the dense

Worldwide, there are more than 100 million unexploded ordinances (UXO) left behind after wars end. Arch Aerial, an Austin drone maker, is hoping to put their survey drones to work by sending them into minefields to clear the bombs. Their concept is to use octorotors geared-up with laser imaging LIDAR to comb through the dense vegetation in Laos where there UXOs kill more than 100 people annually. Read the full story in Popular Science.

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