Curious about drones, but unsure of the safety regulations for your UAV?
How are drones a matter of national security and why are they a benefit to Thailand?
The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) is hosting the Drone Forum in Bangkok this 18 July 2018. This is an unmissable opportunity for drone businesses and enthusiasts alike. The event will go into the details of how to fly UAVs safely and legally in today’s legal framework, while offering an exclusive opportunity to hear from the top players in the industry.
Featuring the Air Chief Marshal Johm Rungswang, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Air Force, we will explore the safety aspects they conduct to keep drones a matter of national security. To continue the debate, the event will include a panel discussion as well as a Q&A session with the two key authorities in Thailand, the CAAT and NBTC. All registered participants will also have the chance to gain certified training in flight regulations. Note that the event will be conducted in the Thai language.
Wednesday 18th July 2018
08:00 – 09:00 – Registration
09:00 – 09:30 – The role of RTAF with respect to drones, flight safety and national security, by Air Chief Marshal John Rungswang
09:30 – 12:00 – Panel discussion on drones, flight safety, and national security
13:00 – 14:00 – Q&A on drones and drone frequency registration with CAAT and NBTC
14:00 – 15:30 – Flight regulations and Airspace usage training (Certificate provided)
The venue will be complete with all the newest and most innovative trends in the industry. From aerial photography, to drone shops, manufacturers, institutes or even agricultural services, it is sure to be a valuable experience.
At Fling, we will be showcasing our new intuitive mobile app where you will be able to find all the useful information on flying drones in Thailand. Come check us out.
Some of the other participants include: DJI Thailand, Drone Academy Thailand, JFOX Aircraft, Unicorn Aviation, King Magic Hobby, Thaisky Digital, NDVI Drone, Kasetsart University, NKRAFA, Aerial Action, ATTS RTAF, Mini RC, Queen Hobby, Centrovision, Novy, T-NET, Mansoft, ESRI Thailand & more!
Make sure to drop by this next 18 July at the Royal Thai Air Force Auditorium, easily accessible by bus lines 503, 34, 39, 114, 185, 188, 503, 520, 522 or 543.