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The DJI Phantom 2 is just one of the multirotor UAVs allowed under the new exemption. Photo courtesy of Donan.

Forensic investigation firm Donan received its second FAA exemption for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (also known as drones) and joins an elite group of insurance carriers like State Farm, USAA and AIG with the distinction. The exemption applies to its fleet of fixed-wing multirotor UAVs, which can be used for engineering and fire investigation inspections. The company received another exemption in May 2015 for its fixed-wing Sensefly eBee.

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