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Brendan Schulman

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Vice President of Policy and Legal Affairs at DJI, the largest consumer and civilian drone manufacturer in the world

Brendan Schulman on KCRW

Drone technology has many applications and it's creating an industry that's here to stay, but there are downsides.

Is a New Kind of Airborne Accident Just Waiting to Happen?

Drone technology has many applications and it's creating an industry that's here to stay, but there are downsides.

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