dji drone arenaEver wanted to get your hands on a drone but you’re intimidated by how it looks and how it operates? We suppose that is an understandable concern, especially if you are planning on dropping hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on a drone that you’d rather not crash if you can help it.

Sure, you could always learn on your own, but it seems that DJI wants to make it easier. The company has announced that they have launched a drone flying and training arena in South Korea which as you might have guessed, is basically a facility that will teach drone owners how to use their drones properly, as well as improve their aerial navigation skills.

As you can see in the photo above, there are various obstacles that drone owners can fly their drones through, which we can only assume is to help teach them how to control their drones better, especially if they are planning on using it in an urban environment where there might be real-life obstacles like buildings, trees, telephone poles, and whatnot in the way.

According to DJI Korea Country Manager Moon Tae-hyun, “The opening of the DJI Arena is our commitment to the development of the local UAV market. There is huge potential in how UAV technologies can change the way people see the world and create positive impact to people’s lives. Our goal is to make aerial technology more accessible, reliable and easier to use for anyone who wants to use it.”

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