An unmanned aerial vehicle or UAV, also known as a drone, is controlled either autonomously by computers in the aircraft or remotely by an operator on the ground. There are a number of manufacturers of UAV's with a variety of characteristics.
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UAV surveying is already used to map large areas in a very quick, safe, accurate and economical way. Aerial surveying via UAV does away with the need of walking through potentially dangerous sites like mines and waste dumps or fragile and inaccessible areas such a crops.
This technology is now accessible as it is economical and easy to use. It has endless applications in our vast country. Surveying, farming, forestry management, mining, land management – the possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
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