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Drones: The Future of the Transport Industry is Now

This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool.  It seems like only yesterday the drone industry was hovering on the horizon, just waiting to begin to realize its immense potential. But in 2016, drones have won renewed attention from investors and manufacturers alike, with the latter racing to find homes for their innovative solutions in an array of commercial applications.
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