First FAA UAS Test Site Now Operational In North Dakota

The first of six sites selected by the FAA in December to conduct unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) research has become operational and plans to begin flying a small quadcopter in early May in support of precision agriculture research. The Northern Plains Unmanned Aircraft Systems test site won the...

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