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Volatus Aerospace Sees Approval for AG Services

Remote-Piloted UAVs Get Green Light for Sprayer Duty Volatus Aerospace Corporation has been given authorization from the FAA to use uncrewed drones above 55 pounds for agricultural operations, even beyond visual sightlines. It’s a nice niche for the brand to begin tackling, since the agricultural sector is constantly hammered by economic forces and vicissitudes – any penny they can save on aerial application is one they can use to survive another year. Volatus has made some revenue from the AG sector through equipment and data services relating to crop management, but this new approval expands their portfolio.

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