Jason Klenklen, left, and Tim Vice of Westar Energy hold the two aerial drones the power company is preparing to deploy. The drones will be used to find problems with transmission lines and inspect blades on the company’s wind turbines.
Jason Klenklen, left, and Tim Vice of Westar Energy hold the two aerial drones the power company is preparing to deploy. The drones will be used to find problems with transmission lines and inspect blades on the company’s wind turbines. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle
Jason Klenklen, left, and Tim Vice of Westar Energy hold the two aerial drones the power company is preparing to deploy. The drones will be used to find problems with transmission lines and inspect blades on the company’s wind turbines. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle

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January 29, 2016 1:50 PM

Westar Energy to launch tiny unmanned air force

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