Drones help aid relief in Nepal
29 April 2015 Last updated at 08:02 BST
Unmanned aerial vehicles are being used to help aid relief operations in Nepal.
The country was hit by 7.8-magnitude quake last week leading to widespread destruction.
The charity Global Medic is using the drones to help photograph and map areas affected by the earthquake.
It will then pass this information on to aid crews and rescue workers on the ground.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake spoke with the director of the charity Rahul Singh to find out more.