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Risks to be wary of as the global drone market takes off

Canadian company drone AltoMaxx is engaged in a mission to search for the bodies of missing indigenous children. The drones, armed with ground-penetrating radar technology, scan unmarked gravesites at former residential schools in Sagkeeng First Nation land in eastern Manitoba.

Meanwhile, US retail giant Amazon has unveiled plans to begin drone deliveries later this year. Customers in the California town of Lockeford can soon sign up to have thousands of products shipped to them by drone, though the pilot program for Prime Air is still pending final regulatory approval.

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But as commercial drone usage takes off, how should insurance develop in parallel? Trehane Oliver (pictured above), Managing Director of specialist loss adjuster McLarens Aviation,…

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