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Drones In Canada: the good, bad and ugly of the new tech

The Doc Zone from CBC has a new documentary out highlighting the rapid expansion of drones and how users both professional and hobbyist are using them.

While not a geomatics documentary this is an interesting perspective from outside the industry looking in. An examination of the transformative ways drones can be used is useful from a non expert perspective. An exploration of concerns around privacy and safety are addressed.

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