Drones are becoming more and more popular as time goes by, and more of them are being flown now than ever before. They have become so common that many countries have implemented registration rules as well as governmental laws to make sure that pilots and civilians are safe. And because drones are quite expensive, pilots have to take care to fly them safely not only to protect others and themselves, but also to ensure that they don’t damage their drones.
DJI is well-known among drone pilots, as they have made several drones and developed drone technology to allow for tracking purposes. DJI has always taken care to encourage pilots to keep themselves safe and those around them, and their technology reflects this, and they have recently announced that they will construct a drone arena in Japan for drone enthusiasts.
This will be the first drone arena in Japan, allowing pilots in the area to have a safe place to learn how to operate their drones without endangering others or their drones. The arena will be huge, about 575-square meters, and will also have a store and a technical support team to help pilots with whatever they might need. DJI has partnered with Authorized Dealer Japan Circuit to make this arena a reality.
The arena will be suitable for experienced pilots as well as beginners, as the circuit can be adjusted and modified depending on skill levels. The store will stock DJI technology and accessories, and a variety of products for use by different people. Hopefully, the more pilots use this space, the more they will think about how technology is progressing and participate in the development process themselves.
DJI opened an arena in Korea in the past, and it was and continues to be incredibly popular; it is a site that hundreds of pilots visit in order to learn and practice their skills, and to meet other pilots who share their love of drones. The arena even attracted people who wouldn’t have otherwise flown drones, because it gave them the opportunity to learn in a safe and controlled environment. The DJI arena in Japan should encourage the same visitors, and will be open to host individuals as well as groups for a variety of events. DJI is expecting an increase in sales, as well, because the Korean arena has been met with so much praise.