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Drone Technology Emerging as New Infrastructure Solution as Its Utilization by the United States Public Sector Increases

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), usually referred to as drones, are beginning to see a more positive response from United States citizens as benefits, public and economic, derived from its use by the US public sector become more widely known. As a consequence numerous states are currently considering drone legislation. Companies in the drone technology space must consider working side by side with the public sector.

Drone Technology Emerging as New Infrastructure Solution as Its Utilization by the United States Public Sector

Drone Technology Emerging as New Infrastructure Solution as Its Utilization by the United States Public Sector Increases Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), usually referred to as drones, are beginning to see a more positive response from United States citizens as benefits, public and economic, derived from its use by the US public sector become more widely known. As a consequence numerous states are currently considering drone legislation. Companies in the drone technology space must consider working side by side with the public sector. GlobalCommunicationLeader-July 09, 2014- Austin, TX - Picture this – unmanned aerial vehicles delivering pizzas to private homes, depositing pharmacy prescriptions and/or transporting books and tapes from a commercial online vendor to any location. People definitely find the convenience concept attractive. As a result, Americans are beginning to see a more positive side of drone technology. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), usually referred to as drones, may become common delivery vehicles in the not-too-distant future. In the competitive space where war is being waged between Amazon, UPS and established retail outlets, speed and efficiency are prevailing and Americans are beginning to find drone technology extremely interesting. But perhaps the greatest marketplace for drone technology will be in public sector marketplaces. Governmental entities are considering drone technology for public safety, security on university campuses, research capabilities and more. Still, in some quarters, drones are feared. The negative vibes are coming from people who think of drones that hover and collect information or data as being harbingers of “Big Brother.” They fear an infringement of the privacy rights of Americans. But, when the negative perception of drones is overcome, as most believe it will be, drone

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