Earlier this week, The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal issued an order making it mandatory to get prior permission to use drones in Nepal.

With the incredible help of JSA and UNESCO and countless hours spent with various government offices, Skycatch has officially received all of the letters from various government agencies granting permission to fly at any site in Nepal.

Skycatch is the first organization to have received permission to fly at any site in Nepal. The Skycatch Relief team working with UNESCO and JSA to map World Heritage Sites in Nepal with the Department of Archaeology and will be escorted to sites by personnel  assigned by the Department of Archaeology.

View Nepal maps now on the Skycatch Dashboard

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Closeup of Sankhu map on Skycatch Dashboard

Watch Bloomberg TV and CEO Christian Sanz discuss how Skycatch drones aid relief efforts

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For more on Skycatch Relief, visit skycatch.com/nepal

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Skycatch Relief Team 2 in Nepal