SINGAPORE UAS COMMUNITY
The Singapore Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Community was conceived with the support of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Enterprise Singapore (ESG), to represent and serve the interests of the emerging UAS industry.
Building upon our strengths as an Association, we will engender the UAS Community, and together, play a role in supporting market development and access, sourcing of new technologies, development of standards and policy advocacy.
Please reach out to our Programme Executive Ms Stephanie Lo (firstname.lastname@example.org ) for more information.
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New Post on 17.02.2020: In view of the COVID-19 situation in Singapore and advisory from Ministry Of Health to minimize mass gathering, we will be postponing the annual AAIS Futsal Tournament, till further notice. We will be extending the deadline to...
Singapore Unmanned Aircraft Systems Directory 2020
We are publishing the second edition of the Singapore UAS Directory in April 2020. We welcome the participation of Singapore-based UAS service providers, manufacturers, suppliers and end-users. To be listed or advertise your products and services, please contact:
Ms Agnes Chua, Director – Sales & Marketing, Publications
Tel: +65 6922 1788
Register interest and provide inputs for implementation of the UAS Indoor Testbed
AAIS is working with JTC on implementation of an Indoor Testbed for UAS at Seletar Aerospace Park. We welcome all UAS-related businesses to register your interest in the testbed and to provide inputs on operating requirements. Please indicate your interest by emailing Ms Stephanie Lo at email@example.com.
News & Announcements
Mandatory Unmanned Aircraft Registration from 2 Jan 2020
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) will implement mandatory registration for Unmanned Aircraft (UA) from 2 January 2020. Any UA, such as a drone, with a total weight above 250 grams must be registered with the CAAS before it can be operated in Singapore. Read more
AAIS-CAAS Focus Group Discussion on UAS registration
The Singapore UAS Community held an industry focus group discussion on 11 July 2019, co-hosted by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). The session sought industry inputs on the proposed policy for the registration of drones. We thank CAAS and all participants for a fruitful and engaging session. Read more
Singapore UAS Community represented on the UAS Advisory Panel appointed by CAAS
CAAS announced the appointment of an Advisory Panel to review UAS regulations on 23 May 2019. The Singapore UAS Community is pleased to be represented on the Panel. Read more
Building facade inspection using unmanned systems
AAIS has appointed Mr Robin Thevathasan of its Panel of Experts to represent the Singapore UAS Community on the Working Group for the development of standards relating to the inspection of building facades using UAVs.
Official launch of the Singapore UAS Community
AAIS officially announced the formation of the Singapore UAS Community on 9 April 2019 (Press Release). The announcement was noted by Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Transport, Mr Baey Yam Keng at the opening of the Unmanned Systems Asia and Rotorcraft Asia 2019 tradeshow. Read more
JTC and AAIS are launching a new joint initiative this year to provide indoor testbeds for commercial applications of UAS (Joint Press Release). Implementation details are being worked out and companies that are keen to tap on these spaces can approach AAIS to register their interest. Read more
The Singapore UAS Community serves the interests of the emerging UAS business community in Singapore. By convening a critical mass and leveraging our existing capabilities as an association, we aim to attract resources and government support, promote collaborations and partnerships, and foster the development of this important industry.
BE SEEN: Promote Your Products & Services
– Make your mark in our Singapore UAS Directory, the first & only in the region
– Advertise on our web-based Asia-Pacific Aviation Directory, and be seen worldwide
BE HEARD: Engage with Government Agencies
– Keep abreast of developments on policies, initiatives and national standards for UAS
– Dialogue to facilitate a more business-friendly operating and regulatory environment
BE CONNECTED: Engage End Users & Customers
– Leverage our established network, explore opportunities for collaboration & test-bedding
– Raise the profile of Singapore UAS industry at international Tradeshows and B2B events
BE SUPPORTED: Grow Your Business & Mindshare
– Take advantage of our Panel of Experts, Business Incubation & services
– Engage students & institutions, and foster interest in UAS adoption and integration