The rapid growth of the U.S. small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) market is being driven almost entirely by the private sector, with thousands of professionals and companies working to commercialize their ideas in a stunning array of drone applications. The FAA projects 400,000 commercial drones will be flying within five years. Within 10 years, UAS will create more than 100,000 U.S. jobs, forecasts the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. This is a marketplace capable of ...


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