This is mostly a copy of the old one, except it vaguely says ADCF "anticipates" the FAA "could potentially open up domestic airspace for commercial UAV and Drone operations in the future."
It may very well turn out that ADCF is just beating a dead horse. The company's performance has been anything but inspiring or encouraging.
For the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2011 the company didn't generate a dime of revenue and recorded a loss of $71 thousand.
The promotional newsletter of PennyStockExplosion.com (PSE) is trying to push the questionable potential of ADCF to its subscribers too. The owner of PSE appears to have been a part of the successful promotional campaign for ADCF back in the beginning of 2011.
With ADCF having very little, if anything, to impress traders and shareholders, the short answer may be: No, ADCF isn't likely to turn into an actively traded stock in the short term.