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Intel, AT&T Agree To Test LTE-Connected Drones

Drones connected to LTE will be able to fly farther and more securely, opening new business use-cases. Intel and AT&T are working together to make this happen.

(Image: Intel)

(Image: Intel)

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2G and 3G drone
LTE connected drones have a bigger appeal than unconnected drones. But that's for North America, Europe, Japan, Singapore and Korea. Many countries in Asia, Africa and South America are still connected on 2G, 3G so even a 2G or 3G drone makes sense.
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