An employee shows the Mavic Pro 2 drone in a DJI store in Shanghai on May 22, 2019. Photo: AFPAn employee shows the Mavic Pro 2 drone in a DJI store in Shanghai on May 22, 2019. Photo: AFP
An employee shows the Mavic Pro 2 drone in a DJI store in Shanghai on May 22, 2019. Photo: AFP

India opens more of its sky for consumer drones, but most from China’s DJI don’t qualify

  • India’s NPNT, or “No Permission – No Take-off”, requirement demands that consumer drones get special firmware changes
  • DJI says it won’t offer the majority of its drones in India unless the government revises its Digital Sky system

Topic |   Drones
An employee shows the Mavic Pro 2 drone in a DJI store in Shanghai on May 22, 2019. Photo: AFPAn employee shows the Mavic Pro 2 drone in a DJI store in Shanghai on May 22, 2019. Photo: AFP
An employee shows the Mavic Pro 2 drone in a DJI store in Shanghai on May 22, 2019. Photo: AFP
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