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Topic - Michael Toscano
"Drone" is a dirty word at this week's drone industry convention in Washington.
Unmanned aerial vehicles may be exploding in popularity, but among industry leaders, their common moniker -- "drone" -- is rapidly going out of style.
Man may not rule the road for much longer. Already set to fill the heavens within a few years, the drone industry is looking beyond the sky to opportunities on land and under water.
The sector's three prime domains, Mr. Toscano said, are air, water and land, but a burgeoning fourth area -- space -- is also promising.
Aerial vehicles, Mr. Toscano said, still get the bulk of attention from the media and the general public.