By 2021, FAA estimates, there will be some 3.5 million small model hobbyist drones and 442,000 commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) operating in the US.  The fast growth of UAV ownership, for fun, business or agency work, is a global phenomenon that no one expects to reverse or even slow. UAVs are increasingly used to inspect and monitor crops, farm animals, utility lines and wildfires. They can be used by hospitals to deliver pharmaceuticals or organs; by law enforcement ...

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