Drone Industry Barometer 2020
We would like to take your time to do this survey. This feedback is essential in helping us bring more transparency to the drone industry and to contribute to its positive development.
In return, you will receive
- a free Drone Industry Barometer 2020 Report with the survey results
- a free ticket to the INTERAERIAL SOLUTIONS part of INTERGEO – trade show, conference and Flight Zone
- and have the opportunity to win a DJI Mavic Mini drone!
The purpose of this survey is to update the annual Drone Industry Barometer Report series, that started in 2018. This year’s third edition delivers information about the development of commercial drones.Click Here
WHAT IS MYDRONETECH PLATFORM
MyDroneTech Platform is a one-stop-knowledge management centre on anything that you need to know about the DroneTech ecosystem. This platform gathers information on local and global DroneTech initiatives, programs, news and updates.
You would be able to keep up to date on the latest technology as well as regulation updates related to the drone ecosystem.
LEARNING THE BASICS
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) are often referred to as DRONE (Dynamic Remotely Operated Navigation Equipment) that is usually controlled by a drone pilot or pre-programmed flight routes. Unmanned systems are also applied on land and water which are commonly referred to as autonomous robots and remote operated vehicles (ROV).
Nowadays, people use drones for aerial operations (where property developers can get a bird’s eye view of their assets) and precision agriculture that helps farmers manage their crops (which normally can take a large amount of time).
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) DRONE
There are now institutions being built to up-skill the local workforce to accommodate this new economy, such as https://asiadronetech.com/Asia Drone & IoT Technologies and Drone Academy Asia that focus on providing training to aspiring drone pilots.
Alongside remote-controlled drones being a concept that’s all the rage right now, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is another vital element for drones in the future where they’ll be able to fly autonomously with a low-degree of error.
WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR DRONETECH?
Malaysia’s growth in the drone economy has been quite impressive, with Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), playing a key role of being a platform for tech companies to form ecosystems.
As for the future, MDEC along with Cyberview is also looking to make Cyberjaya the world’s first drone-friendly city. So the next time you’re around Cyberjaya, head over to the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC)—the Obama circle is now a drone-friendly area.