As such, the cities in the country are pretty clear, and that Government is now trying to take this opportunity to remediate it as much as possible. So much so that DBKL has announced that it will test the feasibility of using drones to renovate cities, where these drones could be used to renovate high-rise buildings.
According to Federal Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa, “Drones are one of the ways to disinfect high-rise buildings, but DBKL has to check their feasibility. Some places in the city are not suitable, especially if there are electrical cables and lamp posts nearby or if the weather is too windy. If it could reach the high-rise corridors, it would save a lot of labor. DBKL must also investigate whether the disinfectant can reach the target areas. “
Pagi tadi selesai menguji kesesuaian penggunaan drones utk kerja disinfection and disinfection from kawasan Bandaraya .. pic.twitter.com/1Hc1nLYLyL
– Annuar Musa (@AnnuarMusa) [20209065129 March ] The drones to be tested come from a company that normally uses them for spraying in agriculture. The company notes that the nozzles can be modified for certain purposes, such as disinfection. The drones also have a 20 minute flight time and come with eight nozzles, which means that they should cover a fairly large surface area.
We have seen how useful drones are for all types of drones, in which humans would otherwise have to take precarious positions. Drones are also more efficient and possibly cheaper.
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