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Businesses could start using drones for more than deliveries

Drones have frequently been in the news for their potential as a delivery mechanism. With major e-commerce companies exploring their viability as a shipping solution, "delivery drones" could be everywhere sooner than later. Their utility makes sense for online retailers like Amazon--a company that ships countless small packages every day--but one big-box chain is looking to bring drones indoors.

Could drones help in the fight to reduce air pollution?

It’s easy to think of drones in the sense of what they can add to modern life. For recreational purposes, they offer a unique aviation experience that just about anyone can enjoy. As a means of utility, drones can gather aerial imagery and data from hard-to-reach vantage points. Even for consumers, the prospect of drones delivering purchased goods is becoming an increasingly tangible reality. But what if drones could also remove the smog and pollution that looms over some of California’s larger cities?

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