University of Leeds’ Concept System to Use Drones and 3D Printing to Repair Pot Holes #drone #droneday

from University of Leeds’ Concept System to Use Drones and 3D Printing to Repair Pot Holes #drone #droneday
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From University of Leeds on YouTube:

A system to use drones to scan and then repair pot holes in roads using a 3D printing attachment was demonstrated by a team from the University of Leeds as part of the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event that took place on 27 to 28 June at Weetwood Hall, Leeds.

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Original article: University of Leeds’ Concept System to Use Drones and 3D Printing to Repair Pot Holes #drone #droneday
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