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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 · 8/15/2013
In a time of increasing criticism over the use of unmanned drones due to privacy and human rights concerns, researchers in Peru are putting these tiny flying machines to spy on the past. Archaeologists in the South American nation are sending drones into ...
Latino FOX News · 7/22/2014
In another case, DJI drones have been used by cultural officials and archeologists in Peru to complete 3D surveying and mapping of over 12,000 Inca ruin sites. Wang noted fast growth in orders from public service institutions in Latin America, expressing ...
China Daily · 8/1/2015
LIMA, Peru - 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 …
Rappler · 8/17/2013
Peru's economy has grown at an average annual clip of ... There are some drawbacks to using drones in archaeology. Batteries are big and short-lived, it can take time to learn to work with the sophisticated software and most drones struggle to fly in ...
Reuters · ByMitra Taj · 8/26/2013
In another case, DJI drones have been used by cultural officials and archeologists in Peru to complete 3D surveying and mapping of over 12,000 Inca ruin sites. Wang noted fast growth in orders from public service institutions in Latin America, expressing ...
Eastday English · 7/31/2015
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
Peru has turned to drones to survey its vast wealth of archaeology sites and ancient ruins, thousands of which have yet to be mapped and excavated. The unmanned aircraft typically smaller from the ones employed in military actions or anti-terror strikes.
Sky News HD · 8/25/2013
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
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