The CDA wants to buy drones to keep an eye on wildlife and forests. The city managers have decided to buy drone cameras to keep an eye on wildlife and forests.
It’s a pilot project, and the CDA wants to buy a drone camera for the Model Forestry Park in Malpur with the most up-to-date technology for $6.8 million.
If drones are used, it will be easier to find encroachments in the forest. It will help us take action against the encroachers quickly.
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A press release from the CDA says that the camera will also help them figure out what kinds of animals live in the forests around Islamabad. It will also help them figure out which animals migrate.
It said the technology could be used for other things, like stopping illegal logging. Other problems, such as forest fires, could also be found and dealt with on time.
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The Model Forestry Park is being built under the direction of Rana Tahir Mahmood, the director of the environment protection cell. Mahmood has been trying to get drone technology for the park, sources say.
It is being built on 350 acres, and so far, 50,000 trees have been planted. On January 13, the CDA will put out a new tender for 50,000 more trees, including cheer pine, amaltas, and kachnar. They will be planted in the spring.
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A CDA official said that the civic agency was also planning to get more than 100 closed-circuit TV cameras for the park to keep plants and people safe.
The CDA will purchase drones to monitor wildlife and forests.
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