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Wing’s New Remote Operations Center Is Air Traffic Control for Its Drones

by | Dec 12, 2022
In April, Wing—a subsidiary of Alphabet and sister company of Google—began delivering products by drone to neighborhoods in Frisco and Little Elm from a "drone nest" in each city. The drones buzz with payloads from Walgreens, Blue Bell Creameries, Texas Health, and easyvet. Now Wing has opened its second U.S. remote operations center in a Coppell office building to oversee the drone operations, staffed by FAA-licensed "pilots in command."
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Illinois-Based ExteNet Systems Is Moving Its HQ to Frisco
ExteNet Systems is relocating from the Chicago area to a new 37,000-square-foot space at the Frisco Station development. The company—which specializes in providing secure 5G and fiber-neutral host communications infrastructure—has worked on projects for the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium, the Empire State Building, and Dallas’ Bank of America Plaza.

It's an "opportunity to reimagine our future," says Richard Coyle, ExteNet's president and CEO.
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Ice Cream, Pet Meds, and First Aid Kits are Coming by Wing Drone Delivery to Frisco and Little Elm
by | Apr 4, 2022
Wing—the drone delivery unit of Google parent company Alphabet—is partnering with Blue Bell Creameries, easyvet, and Texas Health Resources on the launch. Wing calls the service "the first in a major U.S. metro area," and aims to offer "6 miles, 6 minutes, free delivery." Wing's test deliveries from Walgreens stores in Frisco and Little Elm graduate to their official launch Thursday as well.
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Renderings from left: Frisco Station, Cypress Waters, CityLine
Evolutionary Vision: Leaders of Top North Texas Mixed-Use Developments Reveal What It Takes to Mark Success Across Decades
by | Feb 21, 2022
Robert Folzenlogen, Lucy Billingsley, and Michael Alost tell us what it takes to build a future-proof place for people and companies.

Their mixed-use developments—Frisco Station, Cypress Waters, and CityLIne—each started with a bold vision. A great location and North Texas' "transactional efficiency" didn't hurt. 
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Mobility Innovation Zone: AllianceTexas Developer Announces Plans for the Future

by | Jun 11, 2019
Dallas-based Hillwood plans to turn its vast acreage in Fort Worth and Denton County into a place called the AllianceTexas Mobility Innovation Zone. There, new transportation technologies can be developed and deployed—from autonomous cars and trucks to high-flying drones and air taxis. 
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Business as Mutual: Frisco Station, AT&T Collaborate on Building Community Connected With 5G Tech
by | Aug 9, 2018
The 242-acre mixed-use Frisco Station development will be one of the first connected communities in the nation built from the ground up using AT&T’s 5G Evolution technology.
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