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Rome, NY (12/2/2015) - Members of the NUAIR Alliance complete pilot training on the Lockheed Martin Indago quadrotor unmanned aerial system (UAS) at Griffiss International Airport.Learn More
Rome, NY – Lockheed Martin demonstrates its ability to integrate unmanned aircraft system (UAS) operations into the National Airspace System (NAS) on November 18, 2015 at Griffiss International Airport.Learn More
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has launched their new “I Fly Safe” campaign to teach new drone owner the rules of the sky. This guide offers a bullet-point list of nine reminders to help drone operators fly safe this holiday season.Learn More
Aurora, New York - A 3DR IRIS+ takes off at the Cornell University Musgrave Research Farm during a flight evaluation conducted by the NUAIR Alliance on November 20, 2015. The drone will be used for new research detecting plant disease in field crops.Learn More
The NUAIR Alliance discussed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) operation and regulations to residents from around Central New York on November 19, 2015 at The Tech Garden in Syracuse, NY. This holiday season the Federal Aviation Administration expects more than 1 million drones or unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to be sold.Learn More
Pro Drones USA is soon to relocate to a tax-free area on MVCC’s campus in Rome, NY as an expansion to Canadian company, AVYON, and part of the START-UP NY program.Learn More
The 2nd Annual NUAIR Alliance UAS Industry Days brought key members of the UAS community together from September 22-23, 2015.Learn More
Aurora, a leader in the development and manufacturing of advanced unmanned systems and aerospace vehicles, continues testing at Griffiss International Airport.
Aurora Flight Sciences made history over Central New York this summer flying multiple unmanned flights of its Centaur optionally piloted aircraft (OPA) from Griffiss International Airport in Rome.
Central New York officials hope that Griffiss' role as the primary testing runway will draw offshoots of private companies to the former Air Force base, and even spark the creation of new ones here.
More than 70 unmanned flights have been launched at Griffiss since it was cleared for takeoff by the Federal Aviation Administration in August 2014.
The successful test flights were conducted in full collaboration and compliance with Oneida County’s Griffiss UAS Test Site, which is managed by Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance (NUAIR).