Dr. Zoë Thomas
Dr. Zoë Thomas
With the eBee we could easily identify and map geomorphological features in the New Zealand Subantarctics, which due to thick vegetation and a lack of satellite coverage would have been impossible otherwise. The eBee’s low noise and ‘natural’ appearance was also crucial, since this meant it didn’t disturb local bird colonies. This drone has such a wide range of potential applications that it could be a sound investment for many research departments.
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