A quadcopter could lead you to your next parking spot

U.  Mass Dartmouth student Amir Zonouz proposed an idea to manage parking using a host of networked drones.  (Photo: Siemens)
Drones fly at the Autel booth during the International CES Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015, in Las Vegas.
Boston’s brand new app is the latest tech to help you park your car, but a quadcopter could be the next gadget that helps you find a slot. No tip required.

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