Ownership of powerful, commercial drones may be out of reach, financially, for some companies who need occasional—rather than ongoing—access to aerial logistics. The drone industry will likely borrow business models from other industries—including the car rental and scooter sharing industry—and may begin providing drones-as-a-service. This also reduces the need for specially-trained staff and licensed drone pilots.
This trend is part of our section on Drones. Other trends in this section include:
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