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When insurers talk about mobile technology, the conversation usually revolves around smartphones — but at some point soon such discussions will likely be broadened to include the possible use of drone aircraft for claims management.

Insurance isn’t the only industry considering the potential for drone observation. Ranchers may use them to help keep track of stray livestock. Filmmakers could employ drones to enhance action footage. Firefighters may depend on them to assess conditions before entering a burning building. Police could deploy them to look for perpetrators and their vehicles if suspects are on the run. Security firms could keep an eye on large properties from high above the ground.

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