Matthew Schroyer

Professional Society of Drone Journalists

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Founder of the Professional Society of Drone Journalists and a participant in a National Science Foundation grant at the University of Illinois which trains K-12 science teachers

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Unmanned aerial vehicles, known as UAV's or drones, are commonly associated with the military, but commercial drones are already here and are quickly becoming a hot commodity.

Drones Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You

Unmanned aerial vehicles, known as UAV's or drones, are commonly associated with the military, but commercial drones are already here and are quickly becoming a hot commodity.

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