From the Griffiss International Airport in Rome, New York to the Hancock International Airport in Syracuse, New York, unmanned aerial systems (UAS or drones) may freely fly the 50-mile stretch in an effort to increase technological advancement for developers of UAS. Executive Director of the NUAIR Alliance, Larry Brinker, says that “companies are going to have to collaborate to come up with a solution because nobody has the single answer. And that’s how Silicon Valley started, that’s what exists today,” and that’s what they hope this new 50-mile stretch in New York will be–the Silicon Valley for UAS operations and advancement. The NUAIR Alliance is a non-profit coalition based at the Griffiss Airport which operates and oversees UAS test ranges in New York, Massachusetts, and Michigan. This UAS corridor will include an inside testing and verification center. We will watch the development of this corridor and the advancement it brings as more and more drones use this airspace.