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Drones: The New Frontier

"Drones are about to open up a completely new dimension in application areas as diverse as photography, delivery and security."

Indian entrepreneurs have excelled at frugal innovation. India's businesses solve hard consumer problems using technology superbly well and now define the global productivity frontier for mass services. Take mobile data networks and the BHIM app for example. As a result of this, India has become the ideal laboratory for figuring out how to serve consumers in the fast growing developing world the 'Next Six Billion' as they are called.

A vast and intriguing new market has emerged drone technology and drone driven applications. Research reports have estimated that

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