A drone’s-eye view of conservation

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Associate Professor Lian Pin Koh from the University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute was interviewed by Virgin Unite about using drones for conservation.

“These light weight autonomous flying vehicles can track animals in their natural habitat, monitor the health of rain forests, even combat crime by detecting poachers via thermal imaging.”

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