One of the big problems Governments around the world are grappling with, is working out where COVID 19 will hit next and then sending resources to contain it.

The University of South Australia has partnered with Canadian drone company Dragonfly to look at diagnosing the problem from another angle – the air.

Along with mapping technology, sensors could pick up major COVID 19 symptoms to alert Health authorities where the rapacious virus is doing its evil work.  Resources could then be directed to the hot spots where it will do the most good.


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