According to the Civil Aviation Department, Small Unmanned Aircraft or drone use is allowed in Hong Kong, subject to some regulations.
Mr. Rickson Chow - President of International Unmanned Aircraft Systems Association (IUASA), UK Certified Drone Pilot - Commercial
Tom Chung - Chairman, BCS (Hong Kong Section)
12:00 noon - 13:00 UK Time
19:00 - 20:00 Hong Kong Time
12:00 / 19:00 - Welcome
12:05 / 19:05 - Presentation
12:50 / 19:50 - Q&A
13:00 / 20:00 - Close
According to the Civil Aviation Department, drone use is allowed in Hong Kong, subject to some regulations. The Small Unmanned Aircraft Order (“SUA Order”), Chapter 448G of the Laws of Hong Kong, will come into operation on 1 June 2022.
Under the SUA Order, small unmanned aircraft (“SUA”) operations will be regulated under a risk-based approach and be classified according to the weight of the SUA and the operational risk level. Operations of different risk levels will be subject to the corresponding regulatory requirements. These requirements may include registration and labelling of SUA, registration of remote pilots, training and assessment, equipment, operating requirements and insurance.
BCS (Hong Kong Section) has organised a webinar to explore these coming new legislations as well as SUA application in different industries and further development in the Greater Bay Area, China. The difference between UK and HK SUA legislations, etc.
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