Here's some really cool footage from Flyability that shows a drone exploring a crevasse into the Zermatt Glacier in the Swiss Alps. Flyability says that the ice caves were previously inaccessible to other drones but they managed to get their UAV down the narrow crack because of its protective cage. It's just really cool to see the previously unseen crevasse up close.
Watch A Drone Fly Into The Crevasse Of A Glacier
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