There's nothing quite so relaxing as diving with sea turtles.
In Australia, we're fortunate enough to have a number of sea turtles found right around the coast. If you're looking to swim with some of the most laid back, easy going ocean creatures, our favourite spots are: ✅ Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
✅ Julian Rocks, Byron Bay
✅ Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
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Delair upgrades to modular drone technology⠀
One of the biggest France based drone-solutions company, Delair, introduced the new long-range model of its earlier drone, DT26, in May 2019. The latest addition gives users the liberty to freely integrate desired sensors and payload options. The Delair DT26 Open Payload model allows its users to add or remove a payload container which enhances the drone’s ability to carry an extra 3Kg of payload. The drone can then be connected to a 140W power supply for a higher surge of performance. The power upgrade brings with it the ability to upgrade imaging features like ultra high resolution, thermal imaging, multispectral sensing, etc. Users can also attach a cargo rack which would make carrying payloads up to 3Kg feasible over long distances.⠀
How useful are these upgrades?⠀
Considering its highly modular nature, the DT26 drone has a varied usage over several key industries. Industries like oil and gas, agriculture, mining, and architecture require specially configured sensors and payloads. Therefore, instead of approaching the problem with a variety of drones, the DT26 can be swapped in with a variety of task-specific sensors to do the job. This will not only prove to be economically sustainable but also much more efficient in the long run.⠀
Some of the potential uses of this drone could be:⠀
Multispectral sensors for monitoring crop health or for asset maintenance.⠀
Optical gas sensors to inspect equipment and pipelines or monitor for leaks.⠀
High-resolution sensors for detailed orthophotos of infrastructure in transportation and energy.⠀
Oblique sensors to get a different view of the same target from the same position.⠀
Thermal sensors for detecting hot spots, small detect in equipment and measuring the performance of solar collection systems.⠀
Ground-penetrating radar for military usage and mine detection.⠀
Read more here: https://buff.ly/2OWijHy⠀