$1500 Drone Replaces LiDAR Costing $20,000 PER FLIGHT, Reducing Cost of Forest Conservation

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Wednesday, September 30th, 2015
Categories: Drones For GoodNews

Here’s a great article citing drones doing good, from Gizmag.  The article talks about how drones can reduce the cost of forest conservation.   I love seeing articles like this to help counterbalance the complete paranoia there is regarding drones.

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I especially liked the part where they say that a $1500 drone could be used to replace LiDAR (short for light detection and ranging) flights, which can cost $20,000 PER FLIGHT!

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