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Drone operators’ service sought to fight Covid

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By Lahiru Pothmulla

  
The Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL) has invited drone operators having the potential, capability and interest to offer Drone Technology services during COVID-19 pandemic.   

These services include COVID-19 preventive measures and / or humanitarian tasks.  


The CAASL requested the drone operators to contact the authority early to form a pool of drone operators which can undertake tasks to be assigned by Health and other relevant authorities such as air transportation of essential medicines, food supplies and other services.   

 

 

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