MONITORING OF OBJECTS OF POWER SYSTEM USING UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES
Considered principles of creation and practical use of mobile information and measurement systems to monitor environmental characteristics of thermal power facilities and the possibility of using this purpose unmanned aerial vehicles.
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