Drone flying in India will be easy, Aviation Ministry has issued notification of new drone policy!
The Ministry of Aviation has issued a notification of the new Drone Policy. Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Sindhia says that the introduction of air taxi may be possible soon with the new drone policy. and are built on the basis of non-intrusive surveillance. The Ministry of Civil Aviation had published the UAS Rules, 2021 in March, 2021. “This was considered inherently restrictive by academics, startups, end users and other stakeholders, as it required more paperwork and required multiple permissions for each flight of the drone,” the ministry said in a statement. Very few free-to-fly green zones were available.” According to the ministry, based on the feedback received, the government has decided to repeal the UAS Rules, 2021 and replace it with the liberalized Drones Rules, 2021. Unmanned aircraft systems are commonly known as drones. The system offers more benefits in almost all sectors of the economy such as agriculture, mining, infrastructure, surveillance, emergency response, transportation, geospatial mapping, defense and law enforcement.
View: Drones to help farmers Drones can make a significant contribution to employment and economic development, especially in remote and inaccessible areas of India, because of their accessibility, brilliance, easy-to-use, says the ministry. Given its traditional strengths in innovation, information technology and widespread domestic demand, India has the potential to become a global drone hub by 2030. According to the new rule, no approval will be required to operate drones in the green zone and in the area around the airport up to a height of 200 feet in an area of 8-12 km. Along with this, the government has reduced the number of forms-clearances for drones from 25 to five under the new drone policy. Relaxation has also been announced in old and rules.