This year, the Center for the Study of the Drone has continued to shape the conversation around unmanned systems technology. We have uncovered new fronts of military drone proliferation in places like Egypt and China. Our publications have educated stakeholders about a range of emerging technologies, from loitering munitions to delivery drones. And we have informed national policy discussions around commercial drone regulations, emerging unmanned threats, and the use of drones for law enforcement, among many other topics. The coming year will see significant disruptions that will shake both the civilian and military drone spheres, and we’re looking forward to once again rising to the challenge.
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Thank you for your support, and best wishes for the coming year.
– CSD Team