Proponents of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are trying to change how the public perceives drones.
Trees are coming down as crews prepare to update S.R. 37 to interstate standards. And a look inside a university program that trains students to operate drones.
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.