originally published in the International Business Times
First-person view (FPV) drone racing is an extreme sport that is starting to gain huge popularity in many countries, and it’s not surprising that now even major tech companies want to get involved, too.
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In the past two years, smaller unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) weighing less than 20kg have finally made their way into the consumer space, but there are still many regulations in place preventing their use in urban areas, which is currently stifling the technology’s potential to become a huge commercial industry for crop monitoring, photography and deliveries…
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