Saifuddin: Malaysia has potential to be major player in global drone industry


Saifuddin (third from left) testing a drone, after launching Malaysia’s first spot precision drone designed specifically for oil palm plantations, at the Futurise Center in Cyberjaya. Also present are Ministry of Transport Secretary General Datuk Isham Ishak (right) and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) CEO Surina Shukri (second from right). — Bernama

CYBERJAYA: Malaysia has tremendous potential to be an early bird and to become a major player in the global drone service market, which is expected to reach RM267.4bil by 2025, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.

He said the country has abundant talent in this field.

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