Malaysia’s Drone Technology (DroneTech) industry is evolving at a rapid pace with the potential to generate RM50.71bil in GDP and create 100,000 job opportunities by 2030 according to research done by the Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology & Innovation (MRANTI).

Various efforts by the Malaysian government have been developed and the recently announced Malaysia Drone Technology Action Plan 2022 – 2030 (MDTAP30) gathers all the industry experts, regulators, authorities and government agencies to collaborate in order to further catalyzed the industry growth.

This event aimed to promote innovative technology products and solutions to potential buyers and distributors in the Agriculture, Automotive, Building & Property, Energy, Finance, Healthcare, Logistics & Transportation, Manufacturing, and Retail industries.

Agenda:

  1. CAAM Drone Agriculture, Special UAS Project and Remote Pilot Training Organisation Civil Aviation Directives Briefing by Kap. Illyaquila Fateen Ismail, Assistant Director Flight Operations Division, CAAM
  2. SIRIM Drone Certification Process and Requirement and MCMC Regulations on Drone Operation by En. Rustam Samsul, SIRIM
  3. JUPEM Regulations on Drone by Mej. Nurzatul Iffah Bt Abdul Malek, Assistant Director, Security and Development System Section, BGSP
  4. Malaysia Drone Technology Action Plan 2022 – 2030 by WMFarhan WMFuaad, Head of DroneTech, MRANTI

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