A new drone testing facility has opened on the University of Michigan's North Campus. It is called the University of Michigan M-Air autonomous aerial vehicle testing facility.

The facility is classified as an indoor space where students can test drones and try them out. With the facility actually being outside, the drones will be exposed to all different types of weather situations. The students and see how they react to the wind, rain, snow, and more. They will also be able to see how drones interact with each other and more.

Many of the professors at the university will be able to see how the drones are reacting in the weather and use that information in their fields. The facility itself looks just like a big sand volleyball court you might see at some bars around town and is completely enclosed by nets.

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