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With flyover, a solar map of New York

Using flyovers and lasers, New York City is developing a detailed 3-D map to improve its emergency response and achieve its environmental goals. To be produced by year end, it will detect areas most prone to flooding, best places to install solar power, and which neighborhoods most need trees.

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