viernes, 21 de septiembre de 2012

AUSTRALIA Customs has unveiled an unmanned aircraft as the latest weapon to protect Australia's borders.

The plane, being trialed for six weeks in far north Queensland, is able to transmit live pictures back to a ground station at Weipa, and then onto the national surveillance centre in Canberra.
It is hoped the technology will boost Customs' ability to detect illegal foreign fishing and any quarantine and border threats.
Customs spokesman Nigel Perry says the camera system is very stable.   continue reading

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