Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman.
To all the witnesses, thank you very much. I'm filling in at the industry committee today and I think this is a fascinating topic.
I believe, Mr. McKay, it was you who talked about drones, or maybe it was Mr. Lavoie. It came up earlier.
I'm going to come at it from the agriculture side. It was not very many years ago that the GPS came out. Now, basically, once a farmer has programmed a certain field in there, he starts in at the end and everything after that.... I do want to say that actually farmers picked up on that technology a lot more quickly than I might have thought.
As far as the drone side of it is concerned, where is this going to go? We know a good use of drones is that farmers can use them, for example, to map out fields. They can use them to look for the emergence of new seed, weed control, and everything. Can you comment on what future uses they may have?