Drone fleets are set to scour Houston devastation for insurance companies

Buzzing drones are hovering above hurricane-ravaged Houston, and they’re being piloted by newly trained insurance agents. 
After Hurricane Harvey pummeled Texas with some 19 trillion tons of water — the greatest rainfall event in the history of the continental U.S. — many homes are inaccessible or too dangerous for insurance agents to inspect directly. Now, insurance companies are enlisting the help of drones to observe the damage from above

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