Cost savings, big data and virtual reality all behind lift-off in demand for drones

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Drones are taking off among blue-chip companies looking to cut costs
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Drones are taking off among blue-chip companies looking to cut costs

Blue-chip demand for drone technology has lifted off in 2016 driven by the promise of big data and virtual reality

Demand for drone technology in industry in the UK has lifted off during 2016 with major companies, such as Shell, Arup and major utilities looking to deploy drones for surveying and conducting inspections....

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