Dogdrones to the rescue

With start-ups popping up all over the country, is it any wonder that someone thought of this? 

Every year in the Netherlands, 100 million kilos of dog doo-doo are left on the streets. Well, now that problem has been solved.

Dogdrones, a start-up by Gerben Lievers and Marc Sandelowsky are set to release a fleet of drones to work in collaboration with on-the-ground robots to scoop up the poo left behind by dog owners. They believe that dog poo poses a threat to human health particularly as it contains bacteria, viruses, parasites and worms. 

What do you think? Is pulling our leg?

Kiri Scully


Kiri Scully

Raised a global citizen, to an Irish father and American mother, Kiri has lived and worked in five countries over three continents. Fuelled by culture curiosity at an early age,...

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