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Alaska Aims to Be Undisputed Drone Capital of the World

According to Lt. Gov. Nancy Dahlstrom, who kicked off Alaska’s inaugural Global Autonomous Systems Conference here last week, the state has three key ingredients to skyrocket it to drone domination: its people, the place and the policy. The multi-day event attracted close to 200 attendees, most of whom traveled from afar to the 49th state with hopes of doing business there. These highlights from the event showcase what make Alaska uniquely situated to propel the drone industry.

Topics: Alaska, drones, advanced air mobility, ACUSI, Global Autonomous Systems Conference, beyond visual line of sight, medical delivery, wildfires, emergency management, avalanche control, Dr. Cathy Cahill, research and development, R&D

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