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July 12th, 2018
Skylogic Research Announces Launch of Annual Drone Industry Benchmark Survey

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Skylogic Research, LLC, the leading research and advisory services firm for the commercial drone industry and owner of Drone Analyst®, today announced the launch of its third annual Drone Market Sector Research study examining worldwide drone sales, service providers, business users, and software services. This independent research, which is being supported by DJI, DroneDeploy, DroneInsurance.com, and Trimble, promises to uncover fresh insights on the various drone industry sectors and the growing demand for businesses to use drone-acquired data in their day-to-day operations.