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Aerial drones, whether they be dropping {*style:<a href='http://www.gizmag.com/go/7909/'>*}bombs{*style:</a>*}, {*style:<a href='http://www.gizmag.com/year-drone-2013/30102/'>*}books{*style:</a>*} or {*style:<a href='http://www.gizmag.com/burrito-bomber-uav/25468/'>*}burritos{*style:</a>*}, have attracted a certain degree of controversy in recent times. While the potential of the technology is plain to see, many aren't convinced that the benefits will outweigh the risks associated with unmanned vehicles zipping about in the sky above. With its recent field testing of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed to protect an ailing rhino population, Airware are determined to help the industry shed some of these negative connotations.

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