Spectrometry Take Flight
Aerial drones already aid in sample collection. Is in-situ water analysis next?
Stephanie Sutton |
How do you collect water samples in remote areas with no infrastructure? You fly... Or rather, an unmanned aerial drone does. Such drones – equipped with pumps – are already being used to suck up water samples at various locations for subsequent laboratory analysis. Now, president and founder of PrecisionHawk Ernest Earon says that the company is looking to incorporate an onboard spectrometer for in-situ analysis.
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