New tech allows autonomous surveying and mapping deep underground

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In recent months, we have seen drones used for construction and repairs in places people have a hard time reaching. These include using drones to construct overhead canopies and a system that uses drones and AI in construction. Now, a new drone system has been designed for use in underground mines. Surveying and mapping of underground mines is a challenging and dangerous task. Traditional instrumentation often require surveyors to enter hazardous areas. At the same time, GPS signals are blocked by the depth. Now, Australian drone operator Emesent is developing specialised software that allows drones to map mines and tunnels.…

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