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Drone Company Ranking Q3 2016

Old and new leader of the drone company ranking is DJI (?1). The Chinese platform manufacturer remains expanding both company portfolio and market presence. Toy manufacturer Parrot (?2) defends rank two with solid distance to the newcomer Xiaomi on rank three. So far military manufacturers were not considered in the commercial drone company ranking. Since
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