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We all know that Drones and UAVs are far more than mere toys.

But we also know that it’s going to take a shift in thinking among pilots and regulators who are not accustomed to sharing the skies!

From the article:

Right now the FAA is working together with the tech industry to build new rules of engagement to ensure that these unmanned aerial vehicles avoid a collision without the eyes of human pilots.

These regulatory hurdles are the last obstacle to letting the market for autonomous drones soar.

“Imagine a world where drones deliver emergency medical supplies to people in need. Or shuttle commuters from place to place avoiding ground traffic and breaking down the geographical divide between cities and suburbs. Autonomous drones could spray pesticides on …”

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