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 ( ) for more information.

Philip Quek
President, AAIS


Infinium Robotics
Intertek Testing Services (Singapore)
MaCh eX
Bird & Bird
Claritas Technology
SBG Systems
Drone Solution Services
Blue Incube
Acorn International
Addvalue Technologies
Nanyang Polytechnic
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Asia
Flare Dynamics
Garuda Robotics
Land Transport Authority
NATS Services (Asia Pacific)
Nova Systems & Engineering
Republic Polytechnic
Singapore Institute of Technology
Singapore Polytechnic
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Singapore Institute of Management
Temasek Polytechnic
Aerolion Technologies
Nanyang Technological University
Matcor Technology & Services
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Schaeffler Aerospace (Singapore)
Air Transport Training College
Barrett Aerospace
EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy
Uniqtech Entertainment
Volocopter Asia Holding
Singapore Flying College
Institute of Technical Education

Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

Advanced Air Mobility – Supply Chain

The third segment of our series on Advanced Air Mobility was held on 19 May 2021, featuring panel speakers, Mr Ian Lam, GM of Schaeffler Aerospace and Ms Evelyn Khoo, Business Development Manager for Composite Materials at Solvay. Both speakers discussed how their companies were drawing on prior experience in the aerospace and automotive markets to position themselves as suppliers.

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AAIS Virtual Networking 2Q2021

AAIS Virtual Networking 2Q2021

AAIS organised our second Networking session for the year on 21 May 2021. Albeit conducted amidst enhanced restrictions under Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), participants were in good spirits and took the opportunity to reconnect with industry colleagues and meet new faces. We were also introducted to three new AAIS members, , Embraer Asia Pacific, Ryan Griffin, and Singapore Flying College.

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  • TR 78 : 2020 – Building Facade Inspection Using UAS - The Building Façade Inspection using Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Working Group has developed a new Technical Reference (TR) entitled "TR 78: 2020 - Building facade inspection using UAS". The TR provides a set of non-exhaustive specifications for the use of UAS to conduct inspections of existing building facades. Learn about the development of TR 78: 2020 and its applications from UAS experts in this virtual workshop.

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  • Urban Planning and Infrastructure for Advanced Air Mobility - In the second of a series of 3 webinars organised by AAIS, experts discuss infrastructural considerations for AAM implementation and discuss approaches to enable AAM in urban areas. Moderated by Mr Ilya Khanykov of, the session included speakers from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Independent Business Group, and Energy Research Institute @ NTU.

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  • AAM Webinar 1: Singapore and Advanced Air Mobility - In the first of a series of 3 webinars organised by AAIS, experts, regulators and academia share exciting developments for AAM implementation and discuss approaches to enable AAM in Singapore. Moderated by AAIS' Robin Thevathasan, the session included speakers from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, Singapore Economic Development Board, Volocopter and the eVTOL Research and Innovation Centre.

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  • First Virtual Networking Session for Members - AAIS organised our first Virtual Networking session on 17 September 2020! Held in place of our traditional quarterly HOST Networking sessions, this web-based event provided the opportunity for members of the aerospace and UAS communities to meet and reconnect while in the comforts and safety of their own spaces. The event kicked off with a brief keynote on "The Agile Approach in COVID-19 times". Participants then joined break out rooms to network and share their thoughts on the Agile mindset and what it would mean for their organisations.
  • Briefing & Focus Group Discussion on Indoor Testbed & UAS Initiatives - The Singapore Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Community came together for a briefing and focus group discussion on indoor test-bedding and UAS Lab initiatives on 22 January 2020. Organised by AAIS, the event attracted UAS manufacturers and solution providers, end-users including aerospace and non-aviation companies, educational and research institutions, as well as government agencies. The programme […]
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems Roundtable (16 August 2018) - A roundtable for the UAS community was co-hosted by the Association of Aerospace Industries (Singapore) and Enterprise Singapore on 16 Aug 2018. Participants included representatives from UAS manufacturers, service providers, technology providers, ANSPs, VCs and government agencies. It was an interesting session hearing what each participant does, sharing perspectives on business and market opportunities and […]
  • Seminar on UAV operations: legal and ethical issues, risks and liabilities - The Singapore UAS Community held a seminar on 25 Oct 2019 to discuss the legal and ethical issues, risks and liabilities in relation to UAV operations. We enjoyed a good turnout and great insights from our guest speakers, Mr Leo Fattorini (Partner at Bird & Bird) and Mr David Ong (CEO of Acorn international Network). Mr […]
  • 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 UAS Focus Group Discussion -     The Singapore Unmanned Aircraft Systems Community – a part of AAIS – held an industry focus group discussion on UAS registration, co-hosted by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). The session on 11 July, sought industry inputs on the proposed policy for the registration of drones. Close to 40 participants representing 30 UAS […]
  • Smart Port Challenge 2019 - Smart Port Challenge 2019, the annual innovation competition, is back with 28 innovation opportunities in the fields of Port Operations, Shipping, and Maritime Services and Logistics. Submission of proposals closes on 9 Aug 2019. Visit Smart Port Challenge for details and to submit proposals.
  • 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