Ancient desert drawings called Nasca lines were found in Peru after archeologists used low-flying drones in their search, the National Geographic revealed. Nasca lines, 2,000-year-old geoglyphic drawings in Peru were found by a group of …
The president of Peru, Martin Vizcarra, holds a press conference at the close ... an American citizen who the U.S. killed in a drone attack after he became a leader …
Drones will scan a room and automatically calculate the volume of air inside and the gallons of water needed to douse a fire inside. Peru fire chief Jeff King knew the Westclox building would go up someday. It was a matter of time. Do the …
Drones are most often associated with assassinations in remote regions of Pakistan and Yemen but in Peru, unmanned aircraft are being used to monitor crops and study ancient ruins. Forget Reapers and Predators -- the drones used here …
Russia, China, and Bolivia voted in favor of the resolution, while Peru, …
but closer examination of the high-resolution images captured by drone successfully identified the ancient geoglyphs. The team believes the discovery will contribute to efforts to fight land trafficking and illegal settlements that threaten Peru's …
They’re really useful.” Outside of law enforcement, drones have also helped researchers collect data about flooding in North Dakota and archaeological sites in Russia and Peru, according to the March issue of the National Geographic …
Sure, it resembles a spider on steroids. But a recently developed flying robot — soon to hover over the Peruvian cloud forest for the first time — has potential benefits for everyone. About a year and a half ago, a small team of Wake Forest …
Picture 13th century ruins rivaling the splendor and lore of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat or Peru’s Machu Picchu ... My husband paddled gently as I clutched the phone, …
Vice President Pence will take President Trump's place at the Summit of Americas meeting in Peru on Friday. Trump announced the switch ... not including the law enforcement (and even drones) working to keep everyone safe. …