Remote ID & Commercial Drones

April 17, 2019

The commercial drone industry is booming. By 2022, International Data Corporation predicts that the number of U.S. commercial drones will hit 5.7 million by 2022 up from 1.8 million in 2018. As the industry matures, how we identify and track the rapidly-growing numbers of commercial drones in the sky is quickly becoming the most important problem to solve to encourage this growth.

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Babcock International Group

Babcock International Group is the UK’s leading engineering support services company, delivering complex and critical projects, both in the UK and overseas. With revenue of circa £4.5 billion in 2015, we support vital assets within a number of industry sectors including defence, emergency services, energy, transport and training.

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