Surveying
Egyptologist Antoine Hirsch on how drones, for the first time, will be used on an archaeological dig in Egypt.
April 27, 2015, Seattle, Wa. - Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are making surveying of landscapes, buildings, etc. so much easier and more cost-effective that it is inevitable that there will be an explosion in this activity. This will create massive amounts of data that will need to be managed and stored efficiently, as Steinar Sande, CEO of Raima explores.

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