BENGALURU, India — Indian scientists are developing a micro air vehicle (MAV) to frighten birds away from civil and military airports. Part of the national program for MAVs, the project is taking shape under CEO K. Ramachandra, former director of the Gas Turbine Research Establishment, a laboratory of the Defense Research and Development Organization. “This is a massive project of national importance. Chasing birds away from the flight path and at airports is not an easy task,” ...
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