Thailand Drone Grang Prix is the consolidation of Thailand's Top Drone Pilots. It is the officially the first time of Drone Night Racing in Thailand where the race will be in downtown ofBangkok on the LED track. The race is extremely challenging as there will be obstacles through the track in order to win the Speed Champion. The exhibition will also include the new innovation, seminar and workshop done with the aviation guru. Furthermore, the audience can enjoy several activities and finger licking menus from Food Truck. Last but not least, the Entertainment Zone will also offer EDM & Hip-Hop concert from well known DJ.
Thailand Drone Grand Prix 2017 "Bangkok Attacker" Thailand's Top Pilot Racing Venue @ Quartier Avenue, The Emquartier Shopping Complex
Grand Opening First Time Drone Night Race in Downtown of Bangkok The collaboration to pre-launch the event "Bangkok Attacker" by Miss Bussaya Prakobthong; General Manager, N.C.C. Exhibition Organizer Co., Ltd. and Mr. Manatase Annawat; Deputy Managing Director, The Emporium Group.
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One of the highlights of the showcase of drone at the event Bangkok
Attacker which are the innovative commercial drones. There will be 6 of
showcases by the drone big brands in the market. Especially, e-Bee Plus
drone for mapping; a large coverage photogrammetric mapping system
featuring RTK/PPK upgradeability for survey-grade accuracy on demand. The
price is 2 million baht.
Drone & Digital Lifestyle
Open to all Thais and international pilots by the minimum age of 10 years (minors below the age of 17 must be accompanied by legal guardian). Pilot must be registered at http://www.thailanddronegp.com
Aircraft - Mini Multirotor Class
Frame size open
5 inch diameter minimum propeller size
6 inch (152 millimeter) diameter maximum propeller size
2 bladed, 3 bladed and 4 bladed propellers allowed
Maximum motor "NO LIMIT" on KV and size
Battery Cells - 3-4S LiPo battery, maximum 4.2 volts per cell (LiHv allowed charged at 4.20v per cell maximum Video Transmitter set to 200mw
Mandatory requirement to use Immersion Tramp VTX or TBS Unify VTX (Race or Pro). Please noted that any types of VTX transmitter are allowed to use only in this race by the transmitted power is not more than 250 milliwatts.
The Timing System will based on VTX based transponder, using the signal strength of the VTX channel according to the Race organizer
Minimum must have install 1 Immersion Tramp VTX installed with the NFC module easily excessed by the Immersion Wand (Race organizer will have the wand to change VTX channels and mw when required) TBS unify button can be easily excessed.
All competitors are advised to use an FPV camera or OSD system that has function to display the pilots name on the screen. This will allow spotters and viewers to easily identify each pilot and competitor’s aircraft.
4 Ground stations will be provided for maximum image signal quality. Race lane/VTX channel will be assign during race. Organizer will be locking down 4 channels for the entire event so any frequency changes will only be done on competitors VTX's between the race heats. Pilots to ensure that their Immersion Tramp VTX’s TNR (NFC) are mounted on with easy access.
Every pilot is allowed to have a personal Spotter on flight deck. Organiser spotters will monitor pilots via LCD display.
Keeping visual contact at all times of their assigned pilot.
Notifying Contest Director, Race Director and Pilots of unsafe situations.
1. Missed Gate or Flag
Pilots must fly through all gates. If a gate is missed, it is the responsibility of the pilot to safely taxi
around (please avoid oncoming drones) and go through the gate. If a pilot misses a gate or cuts a flag
turn, that run is disqualified and the pilot receives a DNF. During qualifying heats or time trials. If a gate
has fallen down caused by wind or hit by a drone that heat will rerun. On race heats all runs will
continue (fly over fallen gates). Pilots are not allowed to fly 2x higher then a race flag, pilots will have to
turn back around the flag or will be consider a DNF.
2. Flying Out of Bounds Scored as a DNF. No laps are tallied.
3. Aircraft Damaged / Not Able to Race If a Pilot notifies the Race Director prior to the start of the heat that he cannot race, the race director can bump the pilot to a new heat for reruns. Race Director can deny request for any reason. Pilots will get no more than one of these types of reruns.
4. Not Ready in Time At the time where the race director calls the next race heat, a 4 minute timer should be started. The purpose of this clock is not to give pilots 4 minutes to get to the line but instead to give the race director authority to start a race without a pilot once the 4 minute mark has been reached. The race does not have to start in 4 minutes but this provides the race director with a fair measurement tool for this decision.
Pilot Jumps the Gun / Starts Early – Rerun but a maximum of 1 time only.
If same pilot jumps the gun, pilot will be disqualified.
Aircraft does not take off - Pilot Out of Race, No Rerun (case to case basis, race directors call).
Aircraft flips - Safety Officer should flip quads for pilots at start as long as there is no traffic in area. No Rerun.
Crash into other aircraft. – not finishing 1 lap will be a rerun (Max only 1 time)
Pilot loses video due to someone else plugging in and this is proven via DVR – Rerun
Pilot Loses Video for Unknown Reason with good reason – Race Director is the final authority of all such disputes
No celebration laps, no celebration freestyle or high-flying, no interfering with the flight lines of other pilots still racing. All pilots MUST land on appointed landing area.
Occasionally a pilot may request a rerun (like in the event of losing video). The Race Director is the final authority of all such disputes.
8.30am - 9.30 am Registration & Safety Check
9.30am - 9.45 am Pilot Safety Briefings
10.00am - 11.30am Free Practice all systems check
11.30am - 12.00am Break
12.00pm - 1.30 pm Qualifying Session 1
2.00 pm - 3.00pm Qualifying Session 2
3.30 pm - 5.00pm Qualifying Session 3
5.30 pm - 6.00pm Prize Giving
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