Bengaluru Police bans flying of drones in the country’s biennial air show: Aero India

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Bengaluru Police bans flying of drones in the country’s biennial air show: Aero India

Bengaluru Police bans flying of drones in the country’s biennial air show: Aero India

Team NK   ¦    IANS   ¦   Feb 01, 2021 05:19:44 PM (IST)

Bengaluru Police bans flying of drones in the country’s biennial air show: Aero India-1

Bengaluru: The Bengaluru City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant has prohibited flying of all sub-conventional aerial platforms like Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), drones, and balloons in the city from February 1 to 8 in view of the Aero India show. Aero India show, will be held between February 3 and 5, in Yelahanka, North Bengaluru.

Police Commissioner said in an order that Flying of all sub-conventional aerial platforms such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/ Robotic Process Automation, Para-gliders/ Micro-lights/ Small Aircrafts, Drones/ Quad Copters, Balloons is prohibited within the limits of Bengaluru City Police Commissionerate from February 1 to 8. As a large number of delegates are expected to attend the event the city police have made sure the security measures are up to mark.

Aero India, the country’s biennial air show, will be held according to the issued guidelines, A Covid test is mandatory for those staying in Karnataka for over 48 hours and exemption from Covid test and quarantine is applicable for those on a 48-hour stay or those with a negative RT-PCR test report (test conducted 96 hours before departure).

According to the Aero India website, only 78 foreign exhibitors from 14 countries have booked their spots for the event, far fewer than the over 200 foreign players who were present in the 2019 edition.

464 Indian exhibitors have registered for the event and 105 have booked as virtual exhibitors for the event.

The virtual exhibition is accessible 24/7 for visitors and they can see detailed descriptions of each product on display and interact with the exhibitors.

the visitors allowed to virtually participate in all Aero India conferences, and conduct B2B meetings with exhibitors in virtual meeting rooms and watch the live display of the events, including the live demonstration of the air display.

 Only 15,000 people would be allowed in the Air Display Visual Area Due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

 






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