Tag Archives: Drones

NO FLYING OF DRONES IN AREA AROUND NDP ON 9 AUGUST

What this means is that there will be tighter and stricter security measures in place around the venue. The order will be in effect for 24 hours on 9 August, and among other things, prohibit the unauthorized flying of drones and other Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) in the area without a permit. Besides UAVs, the public are also not allowed to take into the site items such as flares, explosives, paint, arms, aerosol paint, flammable materials and loudhailers.

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MOT: SINGAPOREANS CANNOT FLY DRONES WITHOUT PERMISSION

The Ministry of Transport is proposing a new set of laws which will impose a set of regulations on those seeking to fly unmanned aircraft — popularly referred to as drones. If passed, these regulations will take effect from June. Drones have become popular in goods delivery, search and rescue operations and aerial filming in recent years. According to the Unmanned Aircraft (Public Safety and Security) Bill introduced in Parliament today, a permit will be required to operate an unmanned aircraft if it weighs more than 7kg, if it flies within 5km of an aerodrome, or within restricted areas.

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