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Pendleton Still Trying To Woo Drone Industry

By Jim McCoy Fri 11th October Newsdrones
Pendleton is trying to land the drone industry. The East Oregonian newspaper reports (http://is.gd/AXdf1Z) the city hosted the Northwest's conference for unmanned aerial vehicles on Wednesday and Thursday in hopes of becoming a leader in the industry. Pendleton economic development coordinator Steve Chrisman says the city offers both open airspace and a skilled workforce.Read More »

National Guard Plans Weekly Drone Flight

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th May NewsdronesNational GuardOregonPendleton
The Oregon National Guard plans to fly drones over the Eastern Oregon Airport in Pendleton and nearby wheat fields once a week to train for aerial surveillance in combat. The guard demonstrated one of its four drones Tuesday and said it was the first flight of an unmanned military aircraft through civilian airspace. The Oregonian reports the Guard is moving drone training to the Read More »

Legislature Considers Domestic Drone Regulation, Opponents Voice Concerns

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th March NewsdronesOregon legislature
Oregon lawmakers have heard from hobbyists and businesses concerned about a bill to regulate the use of drones by private citizens and law enforcement agencies. Hobbyists told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday the bill would restrict their fun.Read More »

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