Ohio city focuses on potential of unmanned aircraft

02/11/2011 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

Ohio may become a center for unmanned aircraft, as the Dayton region requests low-altitude flights from the government for educational purposes. "It opens the Dayton region to a multibillion-dollar industry and has the potential of attracting many high-value manufacturing, science and research jobs," said Michael Gessel, a Dayton Development Coalition vice president.

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