South Korea Stories December 11, 2020

Korean drone company PABLO AIR completed its first simultaneous drone delivery over a 50-mile circular flight late last month. The drones delivered emergency medicines and everyday items from mainland Korea to nearby islands.

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South Korea Stories November 12, 2020

Chinese drone company EHang has taken to the sky in South Korea in its latest test, delivering rice before it moves on to human passengers. The test took place in the South Korean capital, Seoul, as a part of its goal to get drones flying by 2025.

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South Korea Stories July 6, 2020

A swarm of drones has lit up the Korean city of Seoul’s skies displaying motivational and awareness messages about COIVD-19. 300 drones were sent up in the sky to remind people to continue to follow the social distancing measures and thank those working on the frontlines.

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South Korea Stories June 8, 2020

Remote islands off the coast of South Korea will soon see drone deliveries, thanks to Pablo Air. Pablo Air hopes to use drones to provide the islands with high-efficiency deliveries that can replace the expensive ships currently used to carry passengers and cargo.

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South Korea Stories February 9, 2018

Intel’s just set a record with 1,218 drones that flew together and created different patterns in the sky as part of the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The drones take off separately and are being controlled by one single computer. Once in the air they fly in harmony and create spectacular three-dimensional shapes such as a moving snowboarder or the famous interlocking Olympic rings.

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South Korea Stories February 8, 2018

Through a software update, Chinese drone manufacturer, DJI has added new No-Fly Zones around several sporting arenas that will be used during the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. In an official statement from DJI, the company says that: “The decision to implement Temporary Flight Restrictions in Pyeongchang and other Korean cities is to increase the safety and security measures and will be in effect for the duration of the competitive events in February 2018.”

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