Great Lakes Council using a Yamaha UAV drone to spray Bitou Bush

Great Lakes Council using a Yamaha UAV drone to spray Bitou Bush


Okay. Today we are using the Yamaha RMAX UAV to be treating Bitou Bush on the beach down here at Sandbar. We’re trialling this today because we’re beyond the point of using large scale helicopters to treat Bitou Bush and we’re spot spraying. We use this type of technology in areas where they’re remote, there’s large expanses of ground to be treated It reduces on-ground costs of labour It reduces the impact to the community It addresses noise abatement issues It’s just a wonderful thing to do.

13 thoughts on “Great Lakes Council using a Yamaha UAV drone to spray Bitou Bush”

  1. hi. so in that area wouldn't two people with a quickspray unit with retractable reels be more efficient as it is obvious a vehicle can get there. can this unit be used around the point from there at a non visible, no accessible area. does it have a mounted camera?

  2. What? that thing is a what, a UAV, a drone? It's a fucking helicopter you ignorant, poorly educated illiterate. How can that be a UAV? Has a man sat in it? And how is it a vehicle? Since when have aircraft become vehicles? What about this bullshit drone, how is it a drone? Such ignorant, uneducated people in this world in a time where education is tops, there are still illiterate dunces (shaking my head in disbelief). You don't even know what 'drone' is or means and you're calling a helicopter a drone? WTF? What school did you attend, kindergarten?

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