Which cities are on the cutting edge of drone technology?

Drones are gaining popularity in the United States, but are they on the verge of a breakthrough?

With more than 500 cities around the world already using the technology, are they going to become the next Google or Uber?

A new report from Axios lays out the major cities in the US, with the cities in green representing the best-performing cities.

Here’s what Axios learned.1.

San Francisco2.

Seattle3.

Boston4.

Seattle5.

New York6.

Washington, D.C.7.

Seattle8.

Dallas9.

San Diego10.

Las Vegas11.

Portland12.

Austin13.

Chicago14.

Dallas15.

Washington16.

Miami17.

Philadelphia18.

San Antonio19.

Chicago20.

Chicago21.

Los Angeles22.

San Jose23.

New Orleans24.

Orlando25.

Atlanta26.

Dallas27.

Chicago28.

Austin29.

San Marcos30.

Houston31.

San Pedro32.

New Mexico33.

Las Palmas34.

San Juan34.

Santa Fe35.

Phoenix36.

Phoenix37.

San Carlos38.

Atlanta39.

Phoenix40.

Austin41.

Boston42.

Los Angles43.

Portland44.

San Mateo45.

Seattle46.

Denver47.

Denver48.

Seattle49.

Washington50.

San Bruno51.

New Jersey52.

Denver53.

Portland54.

Boston55.

New Hampshire56.

San Luis Obispo57.

Phoenix58.

Los Alamos59.

Las Cruces60.

Atlanta61.

New London62.

Seattle63.

New Madrid64.

San Bernadino65.

Washington66.

Los Altos67.

San Gabriel68.

Washington69.

Denver70.

Las Colinas71.

New Brunswick72.

Washington73.

Washington74.

Washington75.

Seattle76.

Washington77.

Washington78.

Washington79.

Washington80.

Washington81.

Seattle82.

Seattle83.

New England84.

Denver85.

Los Gatos86.

Portland87.

Los Olivos88.

Washington Springs89.

San Rafael90.

Portland91.

Denver92.

New Bedford93.

Seattle94.

Portland95.

Portland96.

Portland97.

Washington98.

Seattle99.

Seattle100.

San Bernardino