Monday, May 20, 2019

Israel’s Skylock Explores Sale Of Anti-Drone Systems In India

New Delhi: Even as commercial drones are waiting in the wings to take off, foreign majors are eyeing big opportunities in the sector in India.

Skylock of Israel has started scouting for deals in the fledgling sector and is exploring the sale of its systems for securing civilian airports, sources told IANS.

“The Israeli anti-drone system specialist Skylock is looking at opportunities in India. The firm is keen to sell its systems for securing Indian airports from unauthorised drones,” said an industry source.

Given its usefulness in fields like photography, agriculture, logistics and infrastructure, the government has proposed to allow remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), or drones, for commercial purposes. It has already come out with a drone policy but the regulations to allow private firms to use drones for commercial purposes are yet to be operationalised.

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