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The last few years have seen drones become an increasingly common sight in our skies. They’re piloted by a range of users, from amateur enthusiasts and food and medical delivery companies as well as the the military her North Carolina.  Within this context that drones offer something different. The technology is at the point where it opens up some really new possibilities that are exciting. In ten years drones will be bigger than cell phones are today.

A large majority of the drone operators fall into Part 107 which will be line of sight, under 55 pounds, daylight, less than 100 MPH, and below 400 ft; however, this is not a complete fix for everyone.