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Company officials from Yamaha are visiting western Queensland this week to check out their unmanned aircraft being...

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer

Company officials from Yamaha are visiting western Queensland this week to check out their unmanned aircraft being used to spray weeds.

The Japanese company has loaned a four-metre long helicopter type UAV to a natural resource management group to control prickly acacia on properties.

Australian manager Liam Quigley says it’s the first time the machine has been used in an open environment.
http://www.suasnews.com/2013/05/22790/unmanned-aircraft-the-future-in-weed-control/

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