There’s No Recession in UAVs
In a famous scene from the 1967 movie The Graduate, a young Ben Braddock, played by Dustin Hoffman, is pulled aside by a family friend to hear the secret of future economic success. The friend whispers one word in his ear – "plastics" – and in subsequent years, the plastics field did take off.
If the movie were being written today, the whisper might be "unmanned aerial vehicle systems," because they are both literally and figuratively taking off worldwide.
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