Emerging Markets Report: All Eyes to the Skies, the Drone Revolution is Here

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ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 11, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- It starts slowly at first, these changes in the way things have always been done. The Internet was quiet once too, a tool used by very few for the simplest of things. Mobile phones were a novelty to most before their full blossom. A step further, who was really texting anyone a decade ago?

These good ideas are now staples of life, of business, of communication itself. And another is at our door, perhaps literally. The Drone Generation is Here.

Drone enthusiasts will assuredly mock that decree, pointing to longstanding uses of drones in a wide variety of applications. True that. But the Emerging Markets Report believes that drone technology is set to explode, to become a much, much bigger component in our daily lives.

A quote from the CEO of pioneering drone company Valmie Resources (OTC:VMRI), Gerald Hammack, seems most resonant here:

“Drones could do for physical transportation what the Internet did for the flow of information.”

In preparation for these reports we survey all current news related to drones. Over the past year, it has begun to read like a “who’s who” of innovative businesses. “Drone News” queries now return names like Amazon (a retailer), Verizon (a communications company) and Google. Industry behemoths, all deeply entrenched in drone-related business activity. It’s not just the military anymore, folks.

For example, in early October Verizon announced that they would be offering data plans for drones. It is not an intellectual leap to suggest that Verizon views an enormous market opportunity to tailor plans specifically for drones. (Source: http://fxn.ws/2dkpcNn). Amazon has captured the imagination of a legion of its loyal buyers who imagine a drone delivering an Amazon Prime purchase to their porch within a few hours. Google and Wal-Mart are commonly associated with drone use and delivery. This industry report examines some of the recent successes that could benefit Google and Amazon’s future drone usage. (Source: http://bit.ly/2dAVPb4)

Finding the right companies in the drone technology space will be reliant, in our estimation, on identifying those with some combination of leading technology and/or unique permissions. It’s one of the reasons that Valmie Resources stands out.

Valmie has received a Section 333 Exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to perform commercial drone activities within the U.S. National Airspace System. With professional grade equipment and pilots, Valmie intends to use the exemption to commercially operate unmanned aerial systems for agricultural applications, search and rescue operations, power line and pipeline inspections, infrastructure surveying, and imaging to increase the effectiveness of data collection, storage, and analysis.

The entry of industry giants like Amazon, Google, Wal-Mart, and Verizon are an affirmation that Valmie is flying in the right direction. The Company’s FAA permissions, paired with proprietary drone technology, ensure that Valmie will indeed play a part in The Drone Revolution.

For details visit http://valmie.com.

For more information about Valmie Resources please visit http://valmie.com/investors.html

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