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Tuesday, November 21, 2017
In five years the skies could be filled with drones delivering groceries to our doorsteps, chasing criminals and saving people from disasters
The skies belong to drones, so it's time to get used to them
Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017 by Sandra 11 months ago star
Or it might not. The point is, the future of drones in our everyday lives is still a bit murky. What is clear, though, is the fact that as much as some of us shudder at the thought of drones constantly hovering over our heads, there’s no turning back. We’re just going to have to get used to it.

That’s the sentiment put forth by Christian Sanz, founder and CEO of the drone company Skycatch, during the EY Strategic Growth Forum in Palm Springs, Calif., on Thursday. Sanz, a Navy veteran, equated the acceptance of seeing drones as part of our daily lives with our forbearers’ adoption of the automobile.

“When cars were put on the streets, people were freaked out,” Sanz said. “Look at cars now. People are used to the noise, people are used to cars in front of you, people are used to having concrete all around them. Generations adapt.”

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