Drone flights to help solve private, public land disputes

Drone flights to help solve private, public land disputes

by FERNANDO DEL VALLE | STAFF WRITER PORT MANSFIELD — From inside a trailer Thursday, researchers operated a drone that climbed to 3,000 feet, capturing images to help draw the line between private and public boundary disputes. The team from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi used a pneumatic catapult to launch the RS-16 aircraft at about 2 p.m. from Charles R. Johnson Airport, sending the 13-foot unmanned aircraft vehicle, or UAV, on a flight over the Gulf of Mexico and Laguna Madre. At the university’s mission control center in Corpus […]

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