Drones have the potential to perform valuable services in public safety, improved farming, storm tracking and other arenas, and their possible benefits to society outweigh worries over privacy or how drones fit into commercial airspace, writes Sreekanth Danny Rajan, with Exelis Geospatial Systems in Herndon, Va. "Like any new technology that develops faster than the speed of policy, lawmakers, lawyers and others grappling with these issues should not allow them to curtail the benefits of UAVs," he writes.

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