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Flitelab: From Part-Time Hobby to Provider of Commercial Grade Aerial Imaging Services

When Terence C. Gannon thought about launching a new podcast covering ‘dream jobs’, his first instinct was to look to the booming drone industry with its blend of fascinating technology, disruptive applications and amazing results. His very first interview for what became The WorkNotWork Show was Mark Langille, founder of Flitelab of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. With many
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