The company operates a fleet of 30 drones nationally, gathering information for sectors including agriculture, mining and telecommunications. The drones help farmers count livestock, monitor crops and infrastructure, film prestige real estate and assess damaged buildings for insurers.

According to market research, the global drones market will be worth $US5.59 billion ($7.57 billion) by 2020. The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International estimates that, by 2025, the industry will be worth $US82 billion and employing 100,000 people worldwide.

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