Russians Using UAS to Cut Down on Trash


339_garbage Russians Using UAS to Cut Down on TrashUnmanned aerial systems (UAS) will be put to use in the Greater Moscow area of Russia to detect garbage that is violating waste-disposal laws.

According to a report on The Voice of Russia, the State Technical Supervision Body will fly the UAS over a same area of the region on a weekly basis to look for garbage and rubbish piles, landfills, and dumps.

These inspectors, with the help of environmentalists from flying clubs, currently use helicopters in their searches.

The full Voice of Russia report can be found here.

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