The Skies Just Got Even More Grand In North Dakota
North Dakota opened up more aerospace and defense opportunities in the state when on October 12, state leaders cut a ribbon on a new $7 million multi-tenant facility at Grand Sky, the nation’s first commercial UAS-focused business park. This and a few other recent developments, strengthened North Dakota’s claim to being the most drone-friendly state in the country. The key is an unparalleled triumvirate of government, private industry and academic leaders all flying in the same direction.
Located on Grand Forks Air Force Base, Grand Sky is a 217-acre business and aviation park that offers 1.2 million square feet of hangar, office, shop, laboratory and data collection space unlike any other in the world.