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The Pendleton UAS Range covers 14,000 square miles in northeast Oregon. From high desert to 10,000 foot peaks, the underlying land is mostly sparse population with large sections of agriculture and forest. Precision Ag is a growing topic with high value wheat, vineyards, and fruit orchards. The Columbia Basin Ag Research Center (OSU field extension) is located minutes from Pendleton, and has started incorporating UAS in its research. Forest fire fighting in this region is an activity that has just begun utilizing UAS for support. Additionally, there are 1000’s of miles of infrastructure covering:
With 347 days of VFR (weather good enough for visual flight), Pendleton UAS Range has a wide range of imagery objectives, great weather for flying, and the growing need for UAS services.