A DJI drone equipped with disinfectant liquid flies above a street of Harhoura, a city near the capital Rabat, on April 23 amid efforts by Morocco to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Photo: Agence France-Presse A DJI drone equipped with disinfectant liquid flies above a street of Harhoura, a city near the capital Rabat, on April 23 amid efforts by Morocco to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Photo: Agence France-Presse
A DJI drone equipped with disinfectant liquid flies above a street of Harhoura, a city near the capital Rabat, on April 23 amid efforts by Morocco to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Morocco launches fleet of DJI drones to tackle coronavirus from the sky

  • A strict lockdown imposed by the Kingdom of Morocco to curb the spread of the coronavirus has led to increased deployment of drones
  • New drone applications in the North African country include thermal surveillance and aerial disinfectant spraying

Topic |   DJI
A DJI drone equipped with disinfectant liquid flies above a street of Harhoura, a city near the capital Rabat, on April 23 amid efforts by Morocco to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Photo: Agence France-Presse A DJI drone equipped with disinfectant liquid flies above a street of Harhoura, a city near the capital Rabat, on April 23 amid efforts by Morocco to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Photo: Agence France-Presse
A DJI drone equipped with disinfectant liquid flies above a street of Harhoura, a city near the capital Rabat, on April 23 amid efforts by Morocco to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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