An office on Springfield’s eastern edge will serve as the base of operations for Ohio and Indiana’s joint effort to become a test site for unmanned aerial systems, an industry that’s predicted to create thousands of new jobs.
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Springfield News-Sun reporter Andrew McGinn has been following the area’s efforts to become a hub of drone development for more than a year, from local businesses already involved in the industry to privacy concerns.