Oh Geez. Just when you thought it was safe to sun bathe in your own backyard.
The drones of the future could bring a windfall for the U.S. economy, boosters hope — so states are elbowing to get a taste of the action.
Twenty-four states have submitted proposals to the Federal Aviation Administration to be test sites for unmanned aircraft, competing to be among six selected by the end of the year. But the test-site selection is just the beginning, officials said Tuesday at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International conference in Washington.