Inspecting the windows of the Empire State Building for leaks, cracks, or other damage using human labor may be a time-consuming–and potentially dangerous–task, especially if you were doing it from the outside. But professor Ronald Besser has a better idea: drones equipped with cameras that can collect photo and video data for live analysis.
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