It is not the first time that we talk about BioCarbon Engineering It surprises us with a project that seeks to use state-of-the-art technologies to carry out tasks that are often too expensive for human beings, especially in terms of effort and work and financial outlay that must be carried out by certain institutions, both public and private, for the same.
On this occasion, the company has just surprised us with the publication of the status of its program through which it intends to repopulate forests in a completely autonomous way using drones. Apparently, it is fully developed and ready to go into production and the first place where BioCarbon Engineering has obtained a green light from the authorities has been in Myanmar.
Myanmar is the area chosen by BioCarbon Engineering to test its project
One of the problems that exists in Myanmar is that the residents of the area were in charge of restoring the ecosystem of the area, a task that was being carried out based on repopulating part of the mangroves that have gone, over time. , disappearing, a titanic task if we take into account that today they have already planted close to 2,7 million mangroves and there is still a lot of work to do.
With this in mind, it is not surprising that the help from BioCarbon Engineering has been very well received and it has been decided to launch the program as of December. It is expected that the results of the same will guarantee that, to the 750 hectares of land that have already been repopulated, others can be added 250 hectares, which would mean a million more trees.
As a final detail, tell you that these drones work in stages, in the first one we proceed to map the whole area in a completely autonomous way to be able to carry out an analysis of the terrain and its quality, subsequently a group of drones fly over the area at ground level, following the previously carried out mapping, sowing the seeds.