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African villagers were alarmed to see something strange flying through the air, but their fears were relieved that what they had seen was a test of an unmanned aerial vehicle or drone that could one day make their lives better. As drones are growing in popularity, United Nations officials hope the devices will bring progress to African nations. A company that is part of the experiments said that currently deliveries of blood supplies and medicines to remote hospitals can take weeks over land. Drones could reduce that time to a matter of hours. There are still challenges to overcome and it could take a few more years before drones could be entrusted with critical deliveries, but the technology already exists. Arthur Holland Michel, co-director of the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College in New York, said, “The holy grail is to have a network of autonomous drones that do their work independently, with a human supervising numerous deliveries at once.”–By Jim L. Wilson & Jim Sandell

Drones Carrying Medicines, Blood Face Top Challenge In Africa,

http://www.klove.com/news/2016/10/09/drones-carrying-medicines-blood-face-top-challenge-in-africa, Accessed October 9, 2016

Ecclesiastes 9:10 (HCSB) “Whatever your hands find to do, do with all your strength, because there is no work, planning, knowledge, or wisdom in Sheol where you are going.”

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