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Drone regulations pave way for enterprise adoption, Intel sings praises

Two new sets of drone regulations are being pushed forward by the US FAA and the UK CAA, which are attempting to rein in a market that threatens to cause havoc for existing air traffic. But drones are a huge opportunity for businesses, and a new market for established companies looking to make a transition. Collectively, the nascent drone industry appears in favor of the new plans, although private consumer flights might become more burdensome. But there are clear problems with completely unregulated drone flights. There have been numerous reports of near-misses between drones and airplanes, but fewer confirmed incidents. France suffered from a spate of drone-breaches at its nuclear power plants, and drones smuggling drugs into prisons has become…

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