India is a changed country now; we do not wait for someone to give us a global template that will get implemented as-is; instead, we are writing our own script. We are setting ambitious goals and creating paths to achieve
RattanIndia Enterprises has forayed into the drone business in the country through its wholly-owned subsidiary NeoSky and expects the commercial rollout of products in the first quarter of 2023..
Founded in 2016, led by Nagendran Kandasamy, an ex-Boeing, aeronautical industry veteran, TAS has been approved by Directorate General Civil Aviation (DGCA) and Ministry of Defence (MoD) to manufacture civil and military grade drones. the company did not disclose the
Drones or Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been dominating the headlines since couple of years now. Every month, some innovation has been launched and new liberalized rules for drones introduced by the Government. Drones is the next big tech disruption
To maximise utility of drone in public life, Indian government has been liberalising its drone policy for last few years. Now, drone is not restricted to defense sector only as Ministry of Civil Aviation is mending ways to use drone