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The documentary produced by MahaPix Studios is sure to raise eyebrows as it exposes the viewer to the lifesaving...

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer

The documentary produced by MahaPix Studios is sure to raise eyebrows as it exposes the viewer to the lifesaving potential of small unmanned systems. Beyond the hypothetical, the film reveals the incredible potential of unmanned technology when placed in the hands of dedicated individuals with passion and experience. Transcending the business plan, the film delves into an industry that has been crippled and waylaid by what can only be labeled a bureaucratic travesty.
 
The following clip from Civilian Drones was first aired publicly at the Small Unmanned Systems Business Expo in San Francisco July 26, 2013. The crowd in attendance, mainly proponents of the technology, responded positively, relieved to see their plight evolve to a new platform -- public exposure. Colorful adjectives, suggested by the crowd, reflected the discontent with the status quo and affirmed the notion that the industry is fed up with the D.C. bureaucracy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9Z6P3uq87M&feature=share

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  1. This message is exactly what we need to get out to the public.  The FAA, and those in Congress who delay the legalization of UAVs in the national air space are hindering responsible operators from helping to save lives.

    Period.

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