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What DGCA’s draft regulations on drone usage mean for e-tailers, manufacturers

09 November, 2017

Even though the Directorate General of Civil Aviation has come up with draft regulations assuring commercial use of drones, primary stakeholders including e-commerce players and manufacturers are far from impressed. While drone enterprise solution providers have expressed disappointment over the long list of prerequisites, e-tailers face countless restrictions. However, the draft rules do pave the way for capital influx into the sector. Here is a look at the proposed regulatory framework, and how it is likely to pan out for startups and drone manufacturers.

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What DGCA’s draft regulations on drone usage mean for e-tailers, manufacturers

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