Member Introduction

  • DroneSports.Inc

    JAPAN

    A drone race host based in Japan, Drone Sports Inc currently runs a professional drone race team by the name of Team Raiden. 

  • UADR

    UKRAINE

    Created in early 2016, the Ukrainian Association of Drone Racing hosted the first official drone race in its home country and essentially initiated the taking root of drone racing in the Ukraine. Since then it has continued to organize and run high-quality drone races in its country and is currently known for a drone racing championship called UADR Challenge it holds annually, and which consists of 5 stages in 5 different cities. 

  • BFPVRA

    UNITED KINGDOM (GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND)

    The British FPV Racing Association is a nonprofit organisation, recognized as a "Specialist Body" by the British Model Flying Association (BMFA) and is tasked with promoting and developing the sport of FPV racing in the UK. It is run by FPV pilots, for FPV pilots. It aims to promote the sport of FPV multi-rotor racing; to protect the sport from elitism and promote a vision of total inclusion regardless of age, gender, ability or financial means; to have one set of rules, written by pilots for pilots, that ensure the sport remains safe, challenging and above all, fun; to help new clubs and groups form by sharing the collective experience and expertise with all who seek it; to give all FPV pilots a voice and a chance to shape this exciting sport, guaranteeing its future for many years to come; and to remain a collective of pilots who drive the sport for the love of the sport.

  • AstroX

    REPUBLIC OF KOREA

    A drone race manufacturer and race host based in Korea, AstroX is internationally known for its wide range of FPV-related hardware. In 2018 it began hosting its first drone racing league, composed of 6 races throughout the course of the year. 

  • JoongAng Ilbo

    REPUBLIC OF KOREA

    JoongAng Ilbo is a South Korean daily newspaper published in Seoul, South Korea. It is one of the three biggest newspapers in South Korea and part of the nation's largest multimedia company, JoongAng Group. JoongAng has been one of the hosts of both International Drone Sports Competitions (IDSC2016 & IDSC2017), as well as host of the upcoming DSI International Drone Sports Championship 2018.

  • Rotor Rush

    UNITED KINGDOM (GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND)

    A simulator developer and host of Esports competitions based in the UK, Rotor Rush aims to create and promote a community in which all participants work together for the benefit of the whole sport. It currently runs the Rotor Rush Academy which works schools in linking drone sports with education.

  • Korea Drone Association (KDA)

    REPUBLIC OF KOREA

    The Korea Drone Association was founded to enhance drone safety and its culture, cultivate drone personnel, vitalize and expand the drone industry, develop drone-related technology and content as well as contribute to establishing new policies and laws. 

  • Gangwon Province

    REPUBLIC OF KOREA

    Gangwon is a mountainous, forested province in northeast South Korea. Ski resorts, Yongpyong and Alpensia, in the county of Pyeongchang are host sites of the 2018 Winter Olympics. In the east, Seoraksan National Park has mountainside temples and hot springs. Odaesan National Park's gentle slopes lead to the Stone Seated Buddha, while the steep cliffs of Chiaksan National Park offer more challenging trails.Since 2016, Gangwon Province has lead the establishment of Drone Sports International (DSI), hosting its signature races, the International Drone Sports Competition 2016 and 2017, as well as the upcoming DSI International Drone Sports Championship 2018.

  • Drone Academy Thailand

    THAILAND

    Drone Academy Thailand consists of many experts in electronic, computer, mechanic, and aviation that aim to present drones as a solution for education, agriculture, floods/diseases, traffic, pollution, explosive disposal, wildlife conservation, disasters, search and rescue, and more. DAT provides drone training courses in STEM/STEAM education; does advanced drone research for the military, police, navy, and private companies; organizes drone races and events in Thailand; offers a drone shop and pilot database; performs entertainment shows using drones; provides drone registration and insurance consultation; and provides knowledge, news updates, and reviews of drone products. 

  • Shenzhen UAV Industry Association (SZUAVIA)

    CHINA

    Shenzhen UAV Industry Association is China’s first UAV association established in October 2015. It consists of 52 market leaders of the UAV supply chain, which includes manufacturers, technology development companies, upstream and downstream industries. Being a non-profit organization, SZUAVIA aims to build a UAV public technology and service platform, make UAV industrial standards, reinforce insider member information communication, and experience exchanges and industrial self-discipline.

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