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Drone Co-habitation Services operates a Phantom 3 commercial multi-rotor unmanned aircraft

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Business Applications of Drone Technology: Innovation and the Use of Unmanned Aircraft

December 2017

Table of Contents

Overview
Acronyms
Selected Book Titles
Representative Journal Articles
Conferences, Papers, Proceedings
Current Legislation
Associations /Organizations
Drone Use Outside the U.S.
LC Subject Headings

 

Image (left): Drone Co-habitation Services operates a Phantom 3 commercial multi-rotor unmanned aircraft.
Photograph by Dominic Hart.
Courtesy of NASA.
MEDIA ADVISORY M16-120, October 13, 2016

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