An airport in West Wales is fast becoming a world leader in the development of unmanned flight.
The airport at Aberporth is already used by the Ministry of Defence for testing of some of its aerial systems - also known as drones.
The site - the National Aeronautical Centre - is hoping to be at the heart of a growing multi billion pound industry.
Our reporter Dean Thomas went along to find out how the airport is leading the field in unmanned flight.
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