25/05/2024
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Govt scraps requirement of drone pilot licence

Drone Pilot License requirement has been canceled by the Government of India under the Drone Certification Scheme

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  The latest move comes days after the government banned the import of drones with some exceptions as part of efforts to boost domestic production of drones in the country.

  The government’s goal is to make India the world’s drone hub by 2030, with the liberalized drone regulations, issued by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, suggesting 2021.

  The official said no remote pilot certificate was required to operate a drone up to 2kg for non-commercial purposes.  The Ministry has issued a notification to amend the drone rules and the need for a drone pilot license …

  The Civil Aviation Ministry on Friday canceled the need for a drone pilot license to operate drones in the country.  An official said that a remote pilot certificate (RPC) issued by a DGCA-approved drone school through the Single Window Digital Sky Platform is sufficient to operate the drone in India.

The Remote Pilot Certificate (RPC) issued by a DGCA-approved drone school through the single window Digital Sky Platform shall be sufficient for operating a drone in India, according to an official.

 

The official said no remote pilot certificate was required to operate a drone up to 2kg for non-commercial purposes.

  The ministry has issued a notification to amend the drone rules and the need for a drone pilot license has been canceled with effect from February 11.

  The latest move comes days after the government banned the import of drones with some exceptions as part of efforts to boost domestic production of drones in the country.

  The Ministry issued liberalized drone regulations in August 2021.

  Following the rules, the Ministry released the Drone Airspace Map and PLI Plan in September 2021, and the UTM Policy Framework in October 2021.  In addition, the Drone Certification Scheme and Single Window Digital Sky Platform were launched last month.

  Previously, the government had already suggested an Airspace Map, PLI Plan and Single Window Digital Sky Platform, which would help the drone manufacturing industry grow in India.

  Digital Sky has been launched to facilitate the registration and registration process for users.

  Types of drones or UAs

  Since drones come in different sizes and designs, the Ministry of Civil Aviation classified drones by aircraft weight and are as follows:

  1.No less than or equal to 250g load.

  2.Micro is more than 250 grams and equal to 2kg load.

  Smaller than 3.2 kg and equal to 25 kg load.

  150kg load medium to 4.25kg

  5 Load larger than 150 kg

  Is the drone certification plan a supplement to promote local production?

FAQ

Q)  What are the New Rules for Drone 2021?

Ans. Operations on People took effect on April 21, 2021.  Drone pilots operating under Part 107 may fly overnight on people and moving vehicles without a waiver until they meet the requirements set out in the rule.

 Q) Can I fly a Nano Drone in India?

 Ans. Under India’s new drone rules, you do not need security clearance to operate and fly mini drones and nano drones in the air.  Nano drones (less than 250 grams) are exempt from obtaining any license.  Additionally, micro drones (for non-commercial use) do not require any remote pilot license.

Q) How can I get a Drone Pilot License in India?

Ans. You must be 18 years old and have a 10th pass certificate to join any training organization.  You will also need to clear the background check of the medical examination and related government agency specified by the DGCA.  The maximum age for obtaining a Remote Pilot License for commercial activities is 65 years

 Q) What UAS Rules?

 Ans. Within 15 days of issuing a certificate of completion of training by the training organization, the Remote Pilot License is issued.  The license is valid for 10 years.  Pilots operating Nano UAS or Micro UAS for non-commercial purposes are exempt from remote pilot license requirements

Q)  Drone Rules 2021 What is the weight limit for all drones?

Ans. According to drone rules, UAS is classified on the basis of maximum all-up weight, including a payload from a nano UAS (weighing less than 250 grams) or a larger UAS (weighing more than 150 kilograms).

Q)  What are the new rules for drones?

Ans. The FAA has now introduced a new rule that will take effect from September 23, 2023.  All drones are required by that date to have a remote ID, which will tell authorities and other parties the identity and location of your drone while in flight

Q)  Is drone import allowed in India?

Ans.  India bans importation of drones

Q)What are unmanned aircraft systems?

Ans.  Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) powered aircraft and all related support equipment, control center, data links, telemetry, communications and navigation equipment required to maintain it.  It does not have a human pilot on the plane

Q)  What are the two types of UAS publications?

Ans. Fixed-wing and multirotor are the two main types of UAS.  Each type has its own unique features 

Q)  Can you fly drones anywhere under 250g?

Ans. No, you still can’t fly a drone anywhere under 250g.  Registration is the only drone rule to exempt a sub-250g drone.  However, you still have to comply with all other rules and regulations regarding drone flight

Q)  What is the maximum penalty on INR for violation of Drone Rules 2021?

Ans. The maximum penalty under Drone Rules, 2021, has been reduced to INR 1 lakh

Q) Should I need permission to fly a drone?

  To fly commercially you must have a FAA-issued Remote Pilot Certificate.  

Q) Which is the cheapest drone in India?

Ans.The most affordable drones available in India.

DJI TELO.  Cost: 10990 INR. 

Super Toy Dual Wi-Fi Camera HD Foldable Drone.  Cost: 6499 INR. 

Kiditos Syma X23W FPV Drone.  Cost: 5999 INR.  โ€ฆ

Amitasha 2.4 GHz Drone Cost: 2499 INR.  โ€ฆ

Jack Royal Op Control Vision Drone.  โ€ฆ

Foldable GPS FPV Drone

โ€œDrones overall will be more impactful than I think people recognize in positive ways to help society.โ€ ~ Bill Gates

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