Education - Video: School uses flying DRONE surveillance to stop students from cheating in exams B-AIM PICK SELECTS

September 30, 2020


A Belgian school has found a surprising new use for flying drones - making sure students don't cheat on their exams.

Teachers at Thomas Moore College, in Belgium, are testing out the remote controlled aircraft to keep an eye on students during tests.

DJI Phantom drones are equipped with GoPro cameras to fly around the exam room, looking down on students as they work.


The technology has a way to go before being used for real, though as the drones only have a flight time of around 15 minutes - less than even the shortest exam.

There's also the problem of the wind pushed out by the drone's propellers - which could make a mess of exam papers.

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