The skies are probably going to be filled with drones one day, and that means many logistical air-safety challenges. Well, say hello to AirMap, a startup that makes software for airspace management and drone flightpaths. The Santa Monica company just received $26 million from Microsoft Ventures, bringing its total funding to $43 million, Fortune reports. (Side note: AirMap is also working on a flying car.) Read the full story here.
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