Kamloops

A Kamloops business with a lot of buzz

A Kamloops company is making drones. We'll go with them on a test flight.

A Kamloops company is making drones. We'll go with them on a test flight.

(Robert Atwood and Richard Sullivan of Hummingbird Drones, flying a drone at Freith Farm/Photo by Lincoln Smith) (Lincoln Smith)
(A flying a drone at Freith Farm/Photo by Lincoln Smith) (Lincoln Smith)

They look like miniature flying machines from a sci-fi movie.  But a new Kamloops company believes drones have a very real future.  A group of TRU students have formed a business called Hummingbird Drones.

They're aiming their new venture at forest and resource industries.  And maybe the occasional wedding video too.

Daybreak's Tara Copeland went out for a test flight. 

She spoke with Robert Atwood, CEO of Hummingbird Drones and Richard Sullivan, CFO of Hummingbird Drones.

For more information, check out their website

To hear the interview, click the link: Kamloops drone business with a lot of buzz

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