JAXA’s Prospective UAV Would Respond To Disasters

Credit: Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency
Japan, more exposed to natural calamities than most countries, similarly has more reasons than most to field unmanned reconnaissance aircraft to help with rescues and recovery. Satellites are useful but limited: They can observe only when they pass over an area. Aircraft can respond quickly but, if...

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