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Verizon uses drones for cell site inspections in the Carolinas in wake of Hurricane Matthew, another tool for reliability

Raleigh, NC – Verizon is using drones to help with cell site inspections from the air in North Carolina and South Carolina to survey areas impacted by severe flooding from Hurricane Matthew. The quadcopter used for the inspections is an unmanned aerial system (UAS) operated by Measure UAS Inc., to inspect cell sites in difficult
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