Drone rescue off Australian beach heralded as world-first


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New South Wales state government last month invested 430,000 Australian dollars ($345,000) in drone technology for rescue and shark spotting work

Seems like it's already in the works!

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I know a Japanese guy in Osaka who has started a business building drones just like the one in this story. I think he is going make a lot of money.

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Wow! This is great news! That's a real clever way to use drones. I hadn't thought of that. I knew about using them for shark spotting though. Hopefully this becomes standard practice all over the place.

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No need for me to drone on and on: there's nothing like a happy ending!

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