Ensuring adequate access in and around the world's largest refugee camp in Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, is essential to reaching those in need. The area is particularly vulnerable to flooding and landslides during monsoon season. Increasingly, drone imagery is bolstering disaster preparedness and monitoring efforts in Cox's Bazar by providing reliable access to timely information before disaster strikes, including on the state of roads, pathways and flood planes. 

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