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COMPANIES TAKING THE FUTURE OF IT SERVICES TO THE SKIES

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Two New Mexico companies are hoping to use solar-powered, fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicles to create a service that gathers data from the sky.

Wildflower International’s CEO Kimberly

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