Singapore has introduced new regulations covering drone usage following a series of incidents at airports and other high-security locations worldwide. The new law will allow only the use of “recreational and private use drones” without a permit as long as they don’t weigh more than 7 kg (15.5 lb.) and keep clear of restricted and designated flight zones. Permits will be granted through the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). Starting from June, the Unmanned ...

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