Potential applications of unmanned ground and aerial vehicles to mitigate challenges of transport and logistics-related critical success factors in the humanitarian supply chain
Asian Journal of Sustainability and Social Responsibility, February 2020
Muhammad Azmat, Sebastian Kummer
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