A technology company that will send high-altitude airships above Earth to monitor crops and bring broadband has chosen New Mexico for its U.S. production center.
The Switzerland-based Sceye company picked the state as its U.S. base for stratospheric flights for earth observation and communication. Sceye has already invested more than $50 million in the state and has developed innovative technology at airports both in Roswell and Moriarty over the last three years.
The company will locate its manufacturing operation in the state and will create 140 high-paying manufacturing and engineering jobs.
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