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Dr. Tim Amukele, with Johns Hopkins, walks away after handing-off a package of simulated blood, and other medical samples to be carried in a drone for a ship-to-shore delivery simulation Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in Lower Township, N.J. Drones might now be lifesavers. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Drones have moved from high-tech specialized equipment used primarily by the military and commercial photographers to more common uses at a rapid pace, said Michael Huerta, administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, at the second annual Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Symposium on March 27.

The online drone registry has received 770,000 registrations in a little over 15 months, he added in prepared remarks opening the symposium.

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