International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) officially refers to drones as Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), a name currently being adopted by the civil aviation authorities around the world, however drones still have varied names in various jurisdictions including Kenya and you will still come across Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Remotely
Alex Chamwada, a household name in the Kenyan media scene known for his documentaries and features that air on KTN caught up with Cleopa Otieno, our Coordinator to discuss drone regulations in Kenya in his weekly feature: The Chamwada Report. October 2017 Flying drones for commercial and private purposes became legal after the government promulgated the
Kenya has made great strides in the UAV sector that will ensure it’s not left behind by the drone technology benefits the rest world already enjoying. Neighbouring countries in East Africa where Tanzania and Rwanda have notably had tremendous progress in use and promotion of UAVs. Tanzania Flying Labs (TFL) and ZipLine in Rwanda are
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