Drones are on display Sunday at the Kennedy Space Center during a one-of-a-kind demonstration.
It's all ahead of a massive tradeshow in Orlando this week about unmanned aerial systems.
Space Florida said that as soon as the Federal Aviation Administration comes out with some rules for drones, the flood gates will open with more drones in the skies above us.
And they want drone technology to grow here in Florida, too.
Right now, drones can't be used for commercial reasons, although there are some exceptions.
But, the FAA is working on a plan to safely integrate drones into the airspace.
As soon as that happens, Space Florida expects drones will be applied to agriculture, forestry and emergency response.
Some Florida businesses will be demonstrating their drones in front of potential customers Sunday in the hopes of growing their business.
"It's a huge potential opportunity, and Space Florida's job as the state's aerospace economic development entity is designed to help foster the growth of that industry throughout the state,"said Dale Ketcham, of Space Florida.
But, there have been close calls with drones.
Back in March, a passenger airplane almost collided with a camouflaged drone over Tallahassee's airport.
The FAA estimates that in the next five years, 7,500 drones could be flying in U.S. airspace at any given time.
About 8,000 people are expected to attend the AUVSI's Unmanned Systems 2014 convention, which will be held May 12-15, at the Orange County Convention Center.
For more information on the convention, go here.