From PopSci: Drones Could Use Lasers to Find Unexploded Bombs

Originally Published by PopSci; written by Kelsey D. Atherton on Friday 3/20/2015 Long after the rifles of war are silent, danger still lurks in old battlefields. Some unexploded bombs are left behind deliberately, in minefields that once had tactical importance but were later rendered strategically irrelevant by shifting front lines. Others result from manufacturing error, with bombs […]

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Laser-imaging drone to hunt out unexploded bombs in war-torn nations

Originally Published by the Stack; written by Alice MacGregor, CloserStill Media on Monday 16 March, 2015 As drones become more commonplace, many companies are developing innovative uses of the technology beyond that of commercial and novelty robotics. In his SXSW Interactive talk on humanitarian drone use cases this weekend Ryan Baker, CEO of aerial imaging firm Arch […]

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