Students Fly UAVs In Canadian Competition Written 3 June 2019

3 June 2019
The Montreal Gazette reported that as demonstrated by this year’s Student Unmanned Aerial System Competition, “the market for the use of unmanned aerial skyrocketing.” The annual student competition “draws industry executives, sponsors and government officials looking for potential hires and to see what the brightest young minds are doing to advance technologies or develop new uses.” UAV usage “is branching out into commercial, industrial and governmental fields,” including “Prime Air, designed to get goods to customers within 30 minutes using drones.” (Image: A UAV carrying simulated blood and other medical samples, flies during a delivery simulation Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in Lower Township, NJ. Credit: Associated Press–©)
Full Story (Montreal Gazette)