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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Artificial Intelligence is changing the face of Gauteng

A drone.Often synonymous with Hollywood blockbuster movies and technological developments of a distant future, drones have shaken off stereotypical thoughts that they only belong on the big screen. These eyes in the sky are fast emerging as tools that are transforming the delivery of services to Gauteng residents.


Israel's Elbit gets European drone deal worth up to $68 mln

A Hermes UAV.Israeli defence firm Elbit Systems won a contract worth up to $68 million to supply maritime unmanned aircraft system (UAS) patrol services for the European Maritime Safety Agency to countries in the European Union.


Algeria, Egypt unveil Chinese UAVs

An Egyptian Wing Loong UAV.Algeria and Egypt have revealed they are operating Chinese-made unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including the CH-3, CH-4 and Wing Loong.


Drone technology in construction

Drone technology in constructionDrone technology can turn the fortunes of the construction sector around, Gauteng Infrastructure Development MEC Jacob Mamabolo said.

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