Duke: Drones Prove Affordable, Reliable for Wildlife Surveys

According to two Duke University studies, drones can be as effective as traditional methods for conducting wildlife population assessments.

The studies used both unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and traditional aircraft to conduct population surveys of gray seals on remote islands off the coasts of eastern Canada and New England. The results of both studies showed that the drones provided an accurate and efficient alternative to using airplanes or helicopters …


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