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Know an Innovative Company That Should Be at Oshkosh? Let Us Know!

February 11, 2016 – EAA AirVenture’s Aviation Gateway Park is the place to be for innovative, technology-driven companies this July. Sponsored by Piper Aircraft, Aviation Gateway Park will once again feature the Innovation Center, Drone Center/Drone Cage, Education and Career Center, and a full roster of educational forums. The location will also be moving across James Ray Boulevard to an expanded site to fit a growing roster of partners.

“We’re excited about the improvements to Aviation Gateway Park this year,” said Dave Chaimson, EAA’s vice president of marketing and business development. “EAA is committed to aviation innovation, and our investments in site improvements will be evident to all in attendance. We’ll be featuring more drone technology demonstrations, the latest advancements in aviation and demonstrated gateways to a multitude of aviation activities and careers.”

Is there an organization you would like to see featured in Aviation Gateway Park this year? Let us know, or make sure they know about the opportunities available through EAA’s business development office. Innovative companies such as Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (Drone Cage), the National Association of Air Traffic Controllers (Innovation Center and Forums Area), and Multicopter Warehouse (Live Video Feed, Drone Center Supporting Sponsor) will be on site with the latest technology available. In addition, Shark Tank winner xCraft will be joining us this year, along with Horizon Hobby, DJI, NASA, and SLS/Orion Prime Team. Be sure to check out the latest graduating class from AeroInnovate’s aviation accelerator and EAA’s Founder’s Innovation Prize winners.

We look forward to seeing you at Aviation Gateway Park in July!

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