How North Dakota is Emerging as a UAV Force

When it comes to the world of drones, it is often the smaller states that are making the largest waves.

North Dakota has established itself as a top tier market for the research of UAV technology. For UAV research to be useful across the board, the technology needs wide open spaces and lawmakers willing to deregulate aviation laws to reach its full potential. And states across the south and midwest, like North Dakota, are perfect matches, picking up the call to duty.

We wanted to hear from Matt Dunlevy of SkySkopes to examine North Dakota’s role as a leading state agency when it comes to UAS Services and how this is impacting UAV use cases globally.

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