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PICASPaper Insulated Corrugated Aluminium Sheath (cable)
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The dataset used for the analysis is based on clinical trial protocols drawn from Medidatas PICAS database of negotiated research grants.
If Picas is developed into something "inexpensive but effective" for commercial drones it could be a useful tool for preventing collisions, said Steve Landells, flight safety specialist at the British Airline Pilots' Association.
The NRC is verifying the Picas system's accuracy with in-flight tests.
The Android version of Picas app was first launched on the Google Play Store on September 1st for limited test areas.
Picas was launched on Google Play for Android on September 1.
Ms Haskell said that PiCAS had suggested a plan to reduce pigeon numbers in Huddersfield in 2001.
PiCAS director Guy Merchant said Bristol residents had complained that children had been throwing bread or bird seed onto a pavement near a bus lane to attract birds.
Mr Merchant told the Examiner: "It is the opinion of Picas that the council intended to renege on their non-lethal and humane stance and lethal controls - culling - will be reintroduced imminently.
Mr Merchant claims the city council's dovecote at Swanswell pool isn't working to control pigeon numbers because the council did not work with PiCAS to build it.
We are working with PICAS to put together a strategy to tackle the pigeon population."
Nuestro objetivo ha sido sistematizar nuestros anteriores estudios y los analisis de otros investigadores acerca de la ceramica de la region para actualizar el conocimiento en torno a la historia cultural y los procesos sociales relacionados con el aun poco conocido complejo Pica Tarapaca del Norte de Chile.