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According to BI Intelligence, sales of drones will surpass $12 billion in 2021, and most of this will occur across the three main segments of the drone industry: Consumer Drones, Enterprise Drones (also known as Commercial Drones) and Government Drones.

With rapid expansion in the UAV industry in 2017, there has been much growth and a shakedown of players in the UAV industry. Noting these changes, GEO Jobe created a report highlighting its expectations and predictions for the UAV industry in 2018.

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