Nevada’s drone industry prepares for takeoff

The Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems considers Nevada “the birthplace of the UAS industry.”   Once regarded as only military weapons or hobbyists’ toys, Drones appear poised to become mainstream in the United States and already have become big business in Nevada.

In a small garage in downtown Las Vegas, two entrepreneurs from a tiny Canadian startup, Flutterbox are working to connect two of the disparate communities that are converging to grow the sector: large institutional clients who need the detailed data drones can collect and hobbyist drone operators who can collect it.

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