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First there were drones, now comes Dronebox

This system for remote area operations has attracted interest of firms and governments
Saturday, March 12, 2016 - 05:50

PIONEERING THE 'INTERNET OF DRONES': Mr Wankewycz (far left) is seen here with Dr Tan (in grey, centre), who is surrounded by staff members.


PERCHED on what looks like a miniature helipad marked with a four-blade propeller inside a circle, and set on an 80cm by 80cm by 120cm square box, is a sprightly drone, all primed for a mission. There are no humans (trained pilots or battery-replacing technicians) - only a self-

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