Measure, an aerial imaging company, wants to sell "drones as a service," where customers hire their fleet for aerial photography or other uses. Normally, companies are legally prohibited from flying drones for business purposes unless they get an exemption to this ban from the FAA. When approving requests like this, the FAA names the specific drone the company asked to fly. For example, the MotoMon Corporation is approved to fly a Hubsan 109S quadcopter for aerial photography and videogography. Earlier this week, Measure received a unique exemption for not just one drone, but 324 different drone models.