Our weekly news wrap-up on the emerging drone ecosystem in India will give you an insight into the training, skill development, capacity building, technology and industry updates. Apart from keeping you updated, the news snippets from the drone ecosystem could help you generate leads and opportunities to develop your business in the sector.
Here we go with the top headlines of the week from the drone ecosystem in India
Updates from the drone ecosystem in India
- The New India Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS/UAV/RPAS/Drone) Insurance, which will cover everything from large aircraft to solo flying gliders, has been launched by New India Assurance.
- The Director General of Civil Aviation approved Marut Drones extensively tested multi-utility agricultural drone AG 365 for “Type Certification.”
- At Rashtriya Raksha University, the second batch of 12 trainees successfully finished their training in drone flying and were awarded certificates.
- Three innovative projects were introduced by the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) MYRADA of ICAR, including a micro food processing unit, herbal treated fodder bank, and agricultural drones.
- Following “Medicine from Sky,” the Arunachal Pradesh government is considering using drone technology in the areas of disaster management and agriculture.
- The Indian Coast Guard has concluded a first purchase for 10 multicopter (VTOL) drones, significantly enhancing its capabilities for marine surveillance and interdiction.
- The drone industry seeks government assistance in creating manufacturing industries for drone components such as batteries, introduction of a service-linked incentive scheme and so on for 2023.
Also read: Weekly news wrap-up on the emerging drone ecosystem in India – 27122022 https://dronefluence.com/weekly-news-wrap-up-on-the-emerging-drone-ecosystem-in-india-27122022/
The news snippets are curated and adapted from various sources with the sole objective of keeping our readers updated about the evolving drone industry in India.
If any source has objections or other concerns, please write to us at email@example.com, giving valid reasons, and we will remove the link to your content.