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Peru, a country with a rich historical heritage, has added drones to archaeology's classical tools for surveying, registering and protecting archaeological sites from climate- and human-caused damage. The use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, has so ...
Latino FOX News · 8/13/2015
Lima, Aug 13 (EFE).- Peru, a country with a rich historical heritage, has added drones to archaeology's classical tools for surveying, registering and protecting archaeological sites from climate- and human-caused damage. The use of unmanned aerial ...
eleconomistaamerica.com · 8/13/2015
Remote-controlled aircraft were developed for military purposes and are a controversial tool in U.S. anti-terrorism campaigns, but the technology's falling price means it is increasingly used for civilian and commercial projects around the world.
Reuters · ByMitra Taj · 8/26/2013
Last week, Greenpeace activists provoked international outrage when they undertook a publicity stunt, trespassing on the Nazca Lines World Heritage Site. Newly released done footage shows how much damage they left behind. As PBS Newshour reports …
Io9 · 12/16/2014
In Peru, drones are keeping a watchful eye on some ancient cultural sites endangered by encroaching development or other perils. In our Culture at Risk series, Jeffrey Brown reports on how archaeologists and government officials are using the new ...
PBS · 1/7/2015
Lima, Aug 13 (EFE).– Peru, a country with a rich historical heritage, has added drones to archaeology’s classical tools for surveying, registering and protecting archaeological sites from climate- and human-caused damage. The use of unmanned aerial ...
Costa Rica Star · 8/14/2015
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 are hand-held ...
Yahoo! · 8/15/2013
Last week, amid the United Nations’ climate talks in Lima, Peru, members of Greenpeace made a serious pro-sustainability statement. They arranged huge yellow letters to form the message “Time for change! The future is renewable. Greenpeace.”
Slate · 12/16/2014
And perhaps nowhere is the shift happening as swiftly as in Peru, where Dr. Castillo has created a drone air force to map, monitor and safeguard his country’s ancient treasures. Drones mark “a before and after in archaeology,” said Dr. Castillo ...
New York Times · ByWilliam Neuman · 8/13/2014
A man prepares to launch a drone in Lima, Peru on July 10, 2013. The unmanned aircraft are equipped with a microcomputer, a GPS tracker, a compass, cameras and an altimeter, and can be easily programmed by using Google Maps to fly autonomously …
Phys.org · 8/13/2015