Ecological Drone

Drones are used to monitor and enhance ecological environments

Implications - Drone technology's incorporation in the process of improving the quality of ecological areas can be observed both underwater and in the air. The use of drones in this way has the benefit of making ecological monitoring more accessible, and is increasingly crucial as climate change accelerates.

Workshop Question - In what ways could your brand use progressive technology to lessen its impact on the environment?
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Coral Reef-Saving Robots - LarvalBot Will Help Spread Coral Spores at an Incredible Rate
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Coral Reef-Saving Robots
LarvalBot Will Help Spread Coral Spores at an Incredible Rate
Since August 2018, an underwater drone named RangerBot has monitored the status of the Great Barrier Reef, but researchers at Queensland University of Technology have decided to rebrand the drone as... [More]
Air-Purifying Gaming Drones - The 'D’Or' Drone Packs AR Technology and Air Filtration Capabilities
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Air-Purifying Gaming Drones
The 'D’Or' Drone Packs AR Technology and Air Filtration Capabilities
The conceptual ‘D’Or’ gaming drone comes as an advanced piece of technology that incorporates a number of functionalities that make it versatile enough for professional pilots.... [More]
Reef-Monitoring Underwater Drones - The 'RangerBot' Can Assess Problems In Coral Reefs
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This Year and Mild 446 Clicks Pub: Sep 4, 18
Reef-Monitoring Underwater Drones
The 'RangerBot' Can Assess Problems In Coral Reefs
A group of scientists and engineers working out of the University of Queensland in Australia have developed a high-tech underwater drone that is designed to provide a new and innovative way to... [More]
Pollution-Mapping Drones - These Autonomous Drones Can Detect Harmful Gases In the Air
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Pollution-Mapping Drones
These Autonomous Drones Can Detect Harmful Gases In the Air
A group of scientists and engineers working out of Rice University have collaborated with the Baylor College of Medicine and non-profit organization Technology For All to develop a high-tech... [More]
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