Sometimes it feels like there is shockingly little we know about our own planet. Like, we literally missed some of the Nazca lines, perhaps one of the most recognisable and mysterious ancient landmarks around. Thankfully, …
In the crisp Andes air, a drone flew at an altitude of about 16,000 feet (4,900 meters) in order to map and track the glaciers in Peru. This marks the highest ... and the questions they probe. Here at the Drone360 blog, we’re keeping tabs on the …
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 fire …
Aside from mosquito dispersal, drones have huge potential to help people living in remote places with limited access to hospitals, said Klaptocz of WeRobotics. In Peru’s Amazon region, recent trials have used drones to fly supplies - …
WeRobotics and its partners have used drones to map roads in Nepal, deliver medicine in Peru, and coordinate humanitarian efforts in the Caribbean after Hurricane Maria. The company’s latest project is testing a prototype drone …
While I was off-roading across Peru last week, which you’ll hear a lot more about soon, my co-driver nabbed some unbelievably pretty pictures of our vehicles from his DJI drone. After he crashed it into a powerline and the poor thing fell …
In the summers of 2014 and 2015, when Wigmore was at the Ohio State University in Columbus, he sent the drone soaring to 4900 meters above the steep valleys of the snowy Cordillera Blanca in Peru, where some 700 glaciers are a key …
Some technicians have already held workshops on drone use in Guatemala and Peru, with plans to expand to Paraguay before 2018. “I encourage other indigenous communities to replicate this project and offer all our support,” says …