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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) offer a cost-effective way of inspecting powerlines, bridges, buildings, and cooling towers. CSIRO researchers are developing technology that will allow UAVs to safely and reliably perform such tasks with only minimal guidance from a ground-based operator.

This UAV research is part of the Smart Skies project, which will develop and demonstrate automated separation management technologies that allow greater use of the National Airspace System by manned and unmanned aircraft through the integration of information and communication technologies.

The CSIRO Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) component of the Smart Skies project will allow UAVs to safely fly close to structures such as powerlines, bridges, buildings and cooling towers and transit through controlled airspace.

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Camclone T21 Unmanned Autonomous Vehicle (UAV) fitted with CSIRO guidance system
Camclone T21 Unmanned Autonomous Vehicle (UAV) fitted with CSIRO guidance system
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