WindShape Lands in Right to Work Oklahoma

Right to Work Oklahoma Economic Update

WindShape is opening a new drone testing center soon in Right to Work Tulsa, Oklahoma.

From Area Development Magazine:

“After extensive exploration and engagement with the remarkable people representing the Oklahoma region, WindShape believes that Tulsa will become a major innovation hub and technology influencer in the emerging uncrewed aircraft and Advanced Aerial Mobility (AAM) industry.” […]

“WindShape provides a nucleus of knowledge-based capital and much needed research, testing, evaluation, and product innovation capability to drone manufacturers around the world. […] Uncrewed technologies are a vital aspect of the future of the aerospace and defense sector. For more than a decade, Oklahoma has been at the forefront of this technology, and I can say with confidence that we will continue to be a leader in this field.”

“WindShape’s decision to relocate its North American headquarters in Tulsa, and to build its new test facility here as well, is a great example of how regional collaboration results in wins for everyone. […] The Chamber-led Tulsa’s Future regional economic development partnership is proud to be part of projects such as this that strengthen our region’s position in the Advanced Aerial Mobility arena. Thank you to everyone at WindShape for seeing the value our region will bring to their enterprise.”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.