Unmanned airplane could help WV Division of Forestry battle fires

A recently tested unmanned aircraft could help the West Virginia Division of Forestry fight wildfires. The plane has a GPS system, cameras and the ability to locate and analyze a fire, information that is relayed immediately, without a pilot. Real world use is still five or 10 years away, said the testing group.

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