School is using flying drones surveillance to stop cheating in exams

A Belgium college discovered a new way to stop their students from cheating in exams by using flying drones’ surveillance during the exams.


Teachers at Thomas Moore College, Belgium, testing this new idea during exams to keep a sharp eye on the students.

According to the school, the drones are equipped with GoPro camera to catch each moves of students while writing the exams.


But there is a problem of the wind pushed out by the drone’s propellers – which could make a mess of exam papers.

But overall, the idea is quite nice to encourage the student to not to cheat.