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Summary

In recent years unmanned aerial systems have become a rapidly developing area in aviation technology. Yhe range of products and their quantity is rapidly growing. This is due to the growing range of economic tasks in which the use of unmanned aircrafts can be more efficient and economically more advisable rather than use of traditional man-operated aircrafts. In some cases unmanned aerial systems can even become the alternative to human labour.

This article focuses on general questions on the current state, the tendency in development, as well as the effectiveness of use of unmanned aerial systems for carrying out research and investigation in mining.

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2018-04-23
2021-10-19
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