Opportunities abound: agritech, security, small object delivery, videography, 3D capture, journalism, oil & gas, and more. And yet the industry is so clearly in its early phases – many technical components likely to be ubiquitous in a mere few years are yet to be developed: standards for battery swaps and charging, spline based path and camera planning, “see and avoid” ADS-B, realtime outdoor collision planning and terrain cacheing, etc…the annual canonical conference of technologists in the space, DroneCon, doesn’t even have a website – it takes place in a classroom in Boulder. It feels obvious there will be an explosion of interest and economic opportunity here within the next year or two.
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