Hopkinton, MA (PRWEB) April 02, 2014
New online publisher SAJ Technologies, Inc. today launched its flagship DRONELIFE.com, the first publication dedicated to the burgeoning commercial drone industry. Surrounded by excitement and controversy, the world of the mass-market Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is quickly becoming technology’s new Wild West.
Led by online publishing pioneer Alan Phillips, with experienced technology journalist Andrew Amato serving as editor-in-chief, DRONELIFE will delve into the many topics that are surfacing as commercial drones are used in a growing range of applications and industries such as entertainment, photography, agriculture, insurance and delivery. From journalists using drones to photograph people and events, to the eventuality of drone deliveries, the opportunities and topics of debate are expansive.
The commercial drone space is on pace to become a multi-billion dollar industry. Business Insider Intelligence published a report in January, 2014 that predicts there will be $98.2 billion in total cumulative drone spending over the next ten years, with $11.8 billion of that spending in the commercial space.
“The issues surrounding the relationship of commercial drones to personal privacy and security become more complicated every day,” said Amato. “The FAA is going to have their hands full trying to decide who owns the air. In the meantime, there is a lot of money to be made, unclaimed territory to be mapped, and there are hardly any rules. I’m excited to keep our audience apprised as this new space finds its place in the market.”
DRONELIFE.com will keep consumers current on commercial drone news, product releases, videos, legal precedents, and more.
Launched in April 2014, DRONELIFE.com is the first publication dedicated to the burgeoning commercial drone industry. Over the next ten years, the commercial drone space is projected to become a multi-billion dollar industry, as drones surface in a growing range of applications and industries such as entertainment, photography, journalism, agriculture, insurance and delivery. With little existing regulation and a lot of controversy surrounding drone use, DRONELIFE.com will capture the news, product releases, videos, legal precedents and much more.
DRONELIFE.com is led by publishing pioneer Alan Phillips, with experienced technology journalist Andrew Amato serving as editor-in-chief.