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Skysense

September 23, 2015

Qualcomm Invests to Solve One of Drone Industry’s Biggest Challenges

September 23, 2015 —Murky FAA regulations could be limiting commercial adoption of drones, but the real challenge may be limited battery life. That’s why Qualcomm Inc.’s QCOM, -0.34% investment in Skysense Inc. — a company building a charging infrastructure for drones — is a big deal. To better understand how batteries can cap the use of drones,