Competition in unmanned aircraft fee-for-service market brings challenges
Eleven years of war have built unmanned-aircraft manufacturing into a lucrative business. Operational demands have also created a market for companies to operate the aircraft and provide full-motion video as a service. As war winds down and budgets follow, interest in UAVs is expanding beyond the military into other government and civilian missions. The industry is anticipating a shift from manufacturing to operating aircraft, but some companies are finding that fee-for-service is a ...
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