Five questions with Sterling Cripps, whose focus is safe drone operation

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KELLY CRYDERMAN CALGARY — The Globe and Mail A young Calgary man was charged this month after allegedly flying a drone too close to the airport. It’s the kind of thing that worries Medicine Hat’s Sterling Cripps, 54, whose company, Canadian Unmanned Inc., trains commercial and government users, along with

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