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Unmanned Aircraft Observations May Save Elephants

January 15, 2014

Unmanned Aircraft Observations May Save Elephants

After 17 elephants were killed by a speeding train in West Bengal, India, the nation’s railways and environment ministries are considering deploying unmanned aircraft systems to help prevent such tragedies.

January 8, 2014

Unmanned Aircraft Observations May Save Elephants

After 17 elephants were killed by a speeding train in West Bengal, India, the nation’s railways and environment ministries are considering deploying unmanned aircraft systems to help prevent such tragedies. After 17 elephants were killed by a speeding train in West Bengal, India, the nation’s railways and environment ministries are considering deploying unmanned aircraft systems to help prevent such tragedies.