A Robot That Gets Under A Plane's Skin
Let your robot do the crawling: That's how airlines may soon check the aluminum skins of their planes for barely perceptible signs of stress cracks. If not detected and repaired, these can cause accidents such as the one that peeled open the fuselage of an Aloha Airlines Boeing 737 in 1988.
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