From Buffet To Bezos: 3 Signs That Drones Are Here To Stay
Think the only people interested in drones are five star generals and investigatory journalists? Think again.
Despite the reputation it's earned in the headlines, drone technology is quickly shifting away from its military origins and toward what many believe will be a multi-billion dollar commercial market. And while it's tough to say when the public will feel pleased with drones buzzing around offices, shopping malls, and other distinctly civilian settings, that's not stopping more American companies from plowing forward with their drone dreams anyway.
From Amazon.com to BP Oil, the market's major players are currently signaling an enthusiasm for the promise (and profit potential) of the drone market that's stronger than ever. Watch as Motley Fool technology analyst Lyons George discusses three signs that the drone market is on the fast-track to an emphatically non-militaristic future—and hones in on the companies investors should keep an eye on.
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