When does a community of enthusiasts and innovators become an industry? In the case of commercial unmanned aircraft in the United States and all of its potential applications, it is a question for academics and historians to take up years from now. When scholars assemble and analyze the chronology of events and milestones that formed whatever it is they’ll be calling the UAV sector, they will all likely agree that the demand by entrepreneurs and established businesses to take their commercial UAV ideas to market far exceeded their ability to do so in 2015. As a result of all this the drone pilot will soon be in high demand, and to establish a work force capable of meeting this demand, universities are now creating classes especially for flying drones. To find out more, check out Drone University, just click on the image.