EasyJet to use UAVs for aircraft inspection, but did they pick the wrong robot?

The European airline EasyJet recently announced it intends to implement a suite of new technologies to upgrade its operations and cut back on costs. In an effort to reduce delays and support engineering maintenance staff, the company plans to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to supplement scan...

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