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Future UAS Infographic

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U.K.-based Frazer-Nash, is a Systems and Engineering Technology Consultancy, offering a drone specialty. “In my area, we are passionate about our vision: making drones commonplace, safely benefitting society; currently we are doing this by supporting a number of large national organizations in the UK to make the most of drones, generally with a focus on BVLOS and autonomy,” says Will Barnes, UAS Service Lead.

Last year, the team developed an infographic that demonstrates what the future of drones might look like. Now, says Barnes, “In light of recent events and with people stuck at home we have decided to convert this into a coloring competition for all the family.”

Submissions will be through LinkedIn. Here’s how it works, from the Frazer-Nash LinkedIn post:

The competition is just for fun and is open to the whole family. You can download our coloring sheet below – then visit for the full version to use as inspiration, and to share and explain as a #STEM activity with children.

Don’t be shy, get your family to show off their coloring skills! You can use pencils, paints, pens, or any art media. If you don’t have a printer, you can even color on your computer using an app like Paint.

Post your masterpieces on LinkedIn tagging @frazer-nash-consultancy and using #DronesInColour. Don’t forget to tell us about the age of the artist.

Hurry, the competition closes at midday on Friday 17th April, and we’ll post the winners’ on LinkedIn later that afternoon.

So, keep calm and color in!

Enjoy the opportunity to explain more about drones to your family and friends!

Miriam McNabb

Miriam McNabb is the Editor-in-Chief of DRONELIFE and CEO of JobForDrones, a professional drone services marketplace, and a fascinated observer of the emerging drone industry and the regulatory environment for drones. Miriam has a degree from the University of Chicago and over 20 years of experience in high tech sales and marketing for new technologies.

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