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Engineer Collaborates with Airport for Drone Runway

ReadyHeli.com technician and sales agent Brett Strand operates his own personal octacopter drone in Jupiter, Fla., Dec. 4, 2013. (Richard Graulich/Palm Beach Post/MCT)

Dutch engineer Henk Hesselink has begun a collaboration with Valkenburg Airport (LID) to develop a circular runway ideal for drones. According to Hesselink, the idea behind the new runway would be to reduce noise pollution, minimize crosswind and maximize the airport’s use of space for drone aircraft.

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