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In this Thursday, April 14, 2016, photo, a drone operated by DroneLinx CEO Steve Metzman captures videos and still images of an apartment building, in Philadelphia. DroneLinx, a service based in New York, has a variety of clients who want aerial photos or videos but don't want or need their own aircraft. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

(Bloomberg) – Drones will soon be boosting crop yields, verifying insurance claims, and assisting in future Hollywood blockbusters in a business that’s due to boom by more than 6,000% by the end of the decade.

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