By DANIELLE CLENT
Drones will be used to help the safety of people fishing off rocks along Auckland’s west coast. Rock fishing safety advisor Sam Turbott said the current way he got information to fisherman was inefficient.
“I have to spend many hours walking out to rock fishing spots and there might not be anyone out,” he said.
“It’s also quite dangerous getting out to spots so the drones is just a logical idea to cover quite a lot of ground and keep me safe, and save time and money.”
The drone will allow Turbott to locate fisherman on remote rock fishing spots and decide the fastest and safest way to get to them.
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