Florida Wants To Kill Mosquitoes By Using Drones (Video)
Aug 14, 2013 11:16
Instead of relying on electric net rackets and coils and stickers, Florida is looking to use drones to spot shallow pools of water where mosquitoes breed and reproduce to curb the annoyance at it's root.
They will be testing the plausibility of using a hawk like drone equipped with infrared cameras to spot areas where standing water is serving as a nest for mosquitoes, where it will be used to locate and geotag hotspots up and down the state and later treated with larvicide. Wiping them out before they become a flying menace. [KeysNet via IEEE Spectrum]
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