Why Thailand?

The drone industry in Thailand has been growing steadily in recent years. The government of Thailand has recognized the potential of drones and is actively promoting their use in various sectors such as agriculture, construction, transportation, and security.

In 2018, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) introduced regulations for the operation of drones in the country. The regulations require drone operators to register their drones and obtain a license before operating them. The CAAT also designated certain areas as "no-fly zones" for drones to ensure safety and security.

The use of drones in agriculture has been particularly successful in Thailand. Drones are used to monitor crop health, identify areas in need of irrigation or fertilization, and even spray pesticides and herbicides. This has resulted in higher crop yields and reduced costs for farmers.

The construction industry has also been using drones for surveying and mapping construction sites, as well as for inspecting buildings and bridges. The use of drones has improved safety and efficiency in the construction process.

In the transportation sector, drones are being used for deliveries and transportation of goods. The use of drones for last-mile deliveries has been particularly successful in Thailand, where the country's large number of small businesses and narrow streets make it difficult for traditional delivery methods.

Overall, the drone industry in Thailand is expected to continue to grow in the coming years as more businesses and industries recognize the benefits of using drones.