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Proponents of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are trying to change how the public perceives drones.
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The Federal Aviation Administration designated six other sites for unmanned aircraft systems research and testing.
Drone technology is rapidly expanding, and Indiana officials say the state’s climate makes it a particularly good candidate for a testing site.
The unmanned-aircraft industry is adding jobs at a rate of about four-percent a year, and is expected to be a $94 billion industry in seven years.
ACLU of Indiana Executive Director Jane Henegar says the organization has concerns regarding the way drones are used.