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* The ''University of Alaska'' is conducting [[UAS]] research in seven climatic zones, including locations in Hawaii and Oregon, and will develop [[standard]]s for [[unmanned aircraft]] categories, safety, state monitoring, and navigation.
 
* The ''University of Alaska'' is conducting [[UAS]] research in seven climatic zones, including locations in Hawaii and Oregon, and will develop [[standard]]s for [[unmanned aircraft]] categories, safety, state monitoring, and navigation.
   
* The state of ''Nevada'' is concentrating on [[UAS]] [[standard]]s and operations, operator [[standard]]s, and certification requirements. The research will also evaluate the evolution of [[air traffic control]] procedures as [[UAS]] are [[integrate]]d into the civil environment, and how these aircraft will be [[integrate]]d with [[FAA]]'s [[satellite]]-based [[Next Generation Air Transportation System]], which is under development.
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* The state of '''Nevada''' is concentrating on [[UAS]] [[standard]]s and operations, operator [[standard]]s, and certification requirements. The research will also evaluate the evolution of [[air traffic control]] procedures as [[UAS]] are [[integrate]]d into the civil environment, and how these aircraft will be [[integrate]]d with [[FAA]]'s [[satellite]]-based [[Next Generation Air Transportation System]], which is under development.
   
* ''New York'''s Griffiss International Airport is focusing on developing [[UAS]] test and evaluation processes under [[FAA]] safety oversight, and [[sense-and-avoid]] capabilities for [[UAS]]. Its sites in New York, Massachusetts, and Michigan will research the complexities of integrating [[UAS]] into the congested northeastern airspace.
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''New York'''s Griffiss International Airport is focusing on developing [[UAS]] test and evaluation processes under [[FAA]] safety oversight, and [[sense-and-avoid]] capabilities for [[UAS]]. Its sites in New York, Massachusetts, and Michigan will research the complexities of integrating [[UAS]] into the congested northeastern airspace.
   
 
* The ''North Dakota Department of Commerce'' is developing [[UAS]] airworthiness essential data to validate types of [[UAS]] technology.
 
* The ''North Dakota Department of Commerce'' is developing [[UAS]] airworthiness essential data to validate types of [[UAS]] technology.

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