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Cedarville students using a drone

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Cedarville students using a drone

Abstract

Cedarville geology and geoscience students are working on two senior projects using an Unmanned Aerial System(UAS), or a drone, as part of a partnership with Remote Intelligence, LLC., in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania.

Remote Intelligence is partnering with Cedarville to provide guidance and material resources to students. Cedarville and Remote Intelligence are also in preliminary talks to study how UAS systems could help in the planning, construction, and monitoring of natural gas pipelines.

Publication Date

10-16-2014

Keywords

Cedarville, Cedarville University, geology, geoscience, Unmanned Aerial System, UAS, drone

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