The Malaysian state government of Selangor will soon be turning to drones to put a stop to water polluters, a big problem in the state. The drones will start patrolling waterways from next month and catch polluters during the day and night.
Reported by The Star, the drones were purchased with the help of the Malaysian federal government and will be managed by the Lembaga Urus Air Selangor (LUAS) government agency.
For now, there will be four drones in the air, which are capable of flying during day and night, suggesting it is equipped with a thermal camera. READ MORE.
Source: Drone DJ
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