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Official DPRTE 2021 event partner, DASA, has published a case study on Flare Bright’s SnapShot – a ruggedized nanodrone designed to be the simplest way to get aerial images is ready for in-field trials. In any military or security operation, awareness of your surroundings is critical. With multiple routes and obstacles ...



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