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Last week it was announced that Connecticut-based drone manufacturer Aquiline Drones has completed the licensing process to begin writing insurance for itself and its subsidiaries. Aquiline may now assume the risks of its entire group of companies and indemnify not only its own products and services, but also those of its partners and affiliates, and even those of its drone service providers.

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