Retailer Builds Indoor Pilot School For Drones
Popular South Korean manufacturer DJI opened a 1,395 square meter arena to offer hands-on lessons for potential customers
For first-time fliers, piloting a drone can prove to be a deceptively complicated feat. Popular drone-maker DJI has decided to open a ‘drone arena’ in Yongin, South Korea to teach newcomers how to fly their quadcopters. The 1,395 square meter pitch won’t be the first physical venue the company has under its belt. There are already stores in China and South Korea, but it will mark a first-of-its-kind attempt for a space devoted to hands-on lessons for potential customers and avid fans alike.
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