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LIMA — In Peru, home to the spectacular Inca city of Machu Picchu and thousands of ancient ruins, archaeologists are turning to drones to speed up sluggish survey work and protect sites from squatters, builders and miners. Remote-controlled aircraft were ...
The Columbus Dispatch · 9/15/2013
In Peru, home to the spectacular Inca city of Machu Picchu and thousands of ancient ruins, archaeologists are turning to drones to speed up sluggish survey work and protect sites from squatters, builders and miners. Remote-controlled aircraft were ...
News Max · 8/27/2013
"We see them as a vital tool for conservation," said Ana Maria Hoyle, an archaeologist working at Peru’s Culture Ministry, about the drones. She explained the government's plans to invest into the technology to improve surveying as well as monitoring of ...
The Institution of Engineering and Technology · 8/27/2013
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Peru, home to the spectacular Inca city of Machu Picchu and thousands of ancient ruins, archaeologists are turning to drones to speed up sluggish survey work and protect sites from squatters, builders and miners. Remote-controlled aircraft were developed ...
CBC · 8/27/2013
Peru is home to some of the the most impressive sets of Incan and Pre-Colombian ruins, including Machu Picchu and Chan Chan. The problem? It’s got so many of them that it makes building almost impossible. “We have a very critical problem here.
Motherboard · 2/18/2014
According to a recent report in the magazine Peru This Week, researchers in that country first made successful use of drones last year when they located a series of pre-Inca tombs constructed by a culture known as the Chachapoyas in the country’s ...
The Star · 7/22/2014
Forget Reapers and Predators — the drones used here are hand-held contraptions that look like they were assembled in a garage with gear from a hardware store. They are equipped with a microcomputer, a GPS tracker, a compass, cameras and an …
themalaymailonline.com · 8/17/2013
LIMA (Aug 18, 2013): 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 …
theSundaily · 8/18/2013
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 · 8/25/2013
Lima: In Peru, home to the spectacular Inca city of Machu Picchu and thousands of ancient ruins, archaeologists are turning to drones to speed up sluggish survey work and protect sites from squatters, builders and miners. Remote-controlled aircraft were ...
Gulf News · 8/25/2013