Major aerospace companies are bidding for a stake in the growing commercial unmanned aircraft market, but rather than developing new vehicles they are targeting the business of providing services to large customers. Airbus has formed a U.S.-based company called Airbus Aerial to bring together commercial satellite and unmanned–aircraft remote-sensing capabilities to provide data collection and image-processing services to large and global enterprises. A year after forming a commercial ...

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