Designed by an Oklahoma State University graduate student, the Unmanned Cowboys Atlas UAV cages its propeller inside a sphere for safe flight indoors and outdoors. According to Gov. Mary Fallon (R-Okla.) the state was one of the first to provide an engineering tax credit benefitting companies and their employees. The credit doubles when a company hires engineers who attended an Oklahoma University. Unmanned Cowboys CEO Dyan Gibbens is trying to capitalize on both the state’s keen interest in UAVs and one of Oklahoma’s top industries by marketing the Atlas here as a safe tool for the oil and gas sector.