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An Airspace Systems Interceptor autonomous aerial drone releases a kevlar net to capture a simulated hostile drone during a product demonstration in Castro Valley, California March 6, 2017.  Picture taken March 6, 2017.     REUTERS/Stephen Lam - RC1483F27760

5G will provide the uninterrupted, zero-latency connectivity required by autonomous drones. Image: REUTERS/Stephen Lam

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Chief Executive Officer, Inmarsat Global
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