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The Skies Just Got Even More Grand In North Dakota

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

North Dakota opened up more aerospace and defense opportunities in the state when on October 12, state leaders cut a ribbon on a new $7 million multi-tenant facility at Grand Sky, the nation’s first commercial UAS-focused business park. This and a few other recent developments, strengthened North Dakota’s claim to being the most drone-friendly state in the country. The key is an unparalleled triumvirate of government, private industry and academic leaders all flying in the same direction.



Topics: North Dakota; drones; business park; Grand Sky; Grand Forks Air Force Base; Northop Grumman; General Atomics

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