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Watch: Php1 Million drone sprays disinfectant in Pasig streets




May netizens applaud the out-of-the-box solution of the City of Pasig with disinfecting the streets against the coronavirus (SARs-COV-2). These drones cost around Php1 million each and have been deployed earlier today.


Watch the video below to see how it works.



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8 Responses

  1. Pasikatan pa more says:

    expensive, time-consuming and impractical.

    Pasikat lang.

  2. hmmm says:

    i dont get it, why spend 1M each for a drone that will fly at 1m high with very little tank capacity. instead, they should have bought those manual sprayer or motorized that has capacity atleast 15liters, can spray difficult areas and no crash which will cost alot if damage.

    • Michael Principe says:

      ginaya nila yung sa china since ginamit din nila drones dun lalo na sa mga hospital and commercial area. hindi effective dito satin since puro poste at daming wires

  3. Ugghh says:

    Thus is almost laughable. flying 1-2 meters off-ground, spraying the street, flight time of 10-15mins, 3 hours charging time, can carry 3-4 Liters of Disinfectant, moving propabably at 0.5 meters per second. talk about the most expensive but most inefficient solution.

  4. Alex says:

    I dont think its practical, a simple sprayer is enough, i thought it would fly high and cover a large area

  5. Evereth says:

    What a waste of money. Mas effective ang firetrucks mag spray

  6. Fdas says:

    Saying pear hahaha, an sales talk Lang mag to!

  7. xirdht123 says:

    what a waste of taxpayers money! hayz

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