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In what feels like a short time, unmanned aerial systems (UASs)—also known as drones—have moved from the latest in warfare technology, to high-tech toys, to valuable tools that can have many civilian uses, especially in the insurance industry. This rapid expansion can be attributed—at least in part—to the insurance market’s willingness to provide cover for drone deployment, according to a report published June 2 by Marsh, a global leader in insurance broking and risk management.

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