Unmanned Aerial Systems brings 600 jobs, $57M to Oklahoma
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) activity will bring 600 jobs and $57 million to Oklahoma in just the next 3 years – and likely many more by 2025.
According to a recent economic study by the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), Oklahoma is poised to see strong economic growth in this sector.
Oklahoma is well-positioned to reap the economic benefits that will come along with the expanded use of UAS technology.
Aerospace is one of the most important sectors of Oklahoma’s economy, supporting over 150,000 jobs and producing more than $12.5 billion in output each year.