Drones over Central NY: 50-mile test corridor to open for business soon

If you live between Rome in Oneida County and Syracuse in Onondaga County, don’t be surprised if you see a lot more drones flying overhead.

A 50-mile corridor between Rome and Syracuse for testing drones and their integration into the nation’s air traffic management system is nearing completion.

Mike Hertzendorf, CEO of Nuair, Central New York’s drone industry alliance, said Tuesday a network of eight stationary radars and one mobile radar unit will be in place in late September or October …


Syracuse (NY) Post-Standard | Sept. 18, 2019

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