Canadian drone manufacturer Draganfly is making a debut of sorts, even though it is already 21 years old.   Recognized as a pioneer of the small unmanned aircraft industry—it claims to have produced the first commercial multirotor drone in 1999—Draganfly faded to the background in the last decade as inexpensive but sophisticated Chinese-made drones came to dominate the hobby and commercial markets.  Draganfly starts trading on Canadian exchange U.S. government drone ...

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