PAKISTAN TO FORM ITS FIRST EVER DRONE POLICY

PAKISTAN DRONE POLICY

PAKISTAN FIRST EVER DRONE POLICY

Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on Tuesday (22.DEC.2020) ordered the formulation of Pakistan’s own first ever drone policy.

Following a media briefing, the decision came from Federal Minister for Science and Technology Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on the use of drones in various fields.

The PM noted that drones could be used to fulfill the tasks not only in agriculture, urban planning but in security as well as law and order. So, he forwarded orders to setting up of a committee to devise a regulatory and legislative proposal on drone technology. Moreover, he ordered to submit a draft policy within a month.

” PM Khan has given go ahead to formulate first ever Drone Policy of Pakistan. The new policy will allow Drone production and specially agriculture. Drone manufacturing industry will receive a boost on greater scale. Import of advanced drones will also be allowed ” tweeted Fawad.

As per details, Fawad added the new policy will allow drone production. “Drone manufacturing industry will get a huge boost,” he remarked. 

WHAT IS A DRONE

The term “drone” usually refers to any unpiloted aircraft. Sometimes referred to as “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” (UAVs), these crafts can carry out an impressive range of tasks, ranging from military operations to package delivery. Drones vary in sizes ranging from as large as an aircraft or as small as the palm of your hand.

USES OF A DRONES

There are multiple uses of drones. For instance:

  1. Drones can measure the height of crops. It uses a remote sensing technology that measures distance by illuminating an object with a laser (near-infrared or UV) and then reflect back what is measured.

  2. The most well-known and controversial use of drones is in the military.

  3. Businesses use Drones to transport food, packages or goods to your front doorstep. Retailers and grocery chains all over the country are turning to drones as more efficient delivery alternative

  4. Sometimes it’s just not safe enough to send humans into a rescue situation due to the scope or severity of the disaster. That’s where drones come in. 

  5. Drones are a cheaper and more efficient alternative to wildlife conservation. Tracking wildlife populations is nearly impossible with humans on the ground. 

  6. Companies make drones that are specifically for photography that gives a new way to photograph some of your favorite destinations from above.

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