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Lian Pin Koh: A drone's-eye view of conservation | Video on TED.com


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  1. I like the premise and agree w/ the possibilities explained for the most part.  I'm skeptical of the image upload from the motion capture cameras on the ground via WiFi though.  

    Definitely an example of Drones For Good that I'd support.

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