Skyports in cargo drone delivery infrastructure deal with Singapore’s Jurong Port

Skyports cargo drone deliveries

Drone services and urban air mobility (UAM) vertiport specialist Skyports has signed an agreement with the operators of Singapore’s Jurong Port – the only facility in the city-state serving as a multi-purpose cargo platform – to oversee development of infrastructure for planned ship-to-shore UAV deliveries.

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Drone pilot ordered to pay $37,000 fine for endangering military aircraft

A Singaporean man has been slapped with a $37,000 fine (SGD $51,000) for flying a DJI Mavic 2 Zoom drone unlawfully in September 2020. If he’s unable to pay the fine, the drone pilot will face a jail time of 100 days.

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Volocopter projects air taxis, UAM boosting Singapore’s economy $3.1 billion by 2030

Leading manufacturer of urban air mobility (UAM) vehicles, Volocopter, is relying heavily on Singapore as a base for the air taxi services it plans to launch around the world in coming years, and is now promising those flights will generate an additional $1.3 billion in economic activity for the city-state by 2030.

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Singapore consortium to use drones for shore-to-ship parcel delivery

Singapore-based ST Engineering, Sumitomo Corporation, and Skyports are joining forces for a nine-month drone delivery pilot, wherein drones will be used for shore-to-ship parcel delivery of maritime essentials.

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5 incredible behind-the-scenes secrets from Singapore’s emo FPV drone ad

Remember that heartwarming, single-take FPV drone ad from a couple of months ago that peeled away at the private lives of Singaporeans? Well, we now have in-depth information on how NTUC Income, a Singapore insurance company, pulled off such an amazing piece of work. And if you’re into FPV drones, or great storytelling in general, you would want to read this.

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Singapore wants drones to watch over its water reservoirs

Singapore’s national water agency, PUB, has figured out that it can save about 5,000 manhours every year by deploying drones to conduct monitoring activities at six water reservoirs spread across the nation.

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