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Tula Archeologists to Use Unpiloted Aircrafts
11.11.2014 13:34
Tula Archeologists to Use Unpiloted Aircrafts

Unpiloted aircrafts will be used in archaeological investigation in the Tula Region.

      The Kulikovo Field memorial estate remains up-to-date with evolving technology: it has acquired unpiloted aircrafts that will be very helpful in archaeological photo and video monitoring.

      Staff of the museum got special training in Izhevsk. Experts of the Tula archaeological expedition studied the theory, legal aspects of conducting observation flights, and software for the vehicles. All of them have been certified.

      The first flights have provided more detailed photos of the current state of ancient sites of the Tula Region. Workers of the Ministry of Emergency Situations actively help the new colleagues with carrying out cruising flights.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Unpiloted Aircrafts Tula   

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