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Drones assume non-military roles

09 Feb 2015  | Rich Quinnell

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 Hermes 900

For many, the term drone calls up images of military systems such as this Hermes 900 from Elbit Systems. But a number of important commercial applications for drones are emerging, applying former military technology to more benign uses. (Source: Elbit Systems)


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