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Boustead Projects' wholly-owned subsidiary slapped with $94,000 in fines after pleading guilty to charges under ANA

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan3/29/2022 04:39 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Boustead Projects' wholly-owned subsidiary slapped with $94,000 in fines after pleading guilty to charges under ANA
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Boustead Projects E&C, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Boustead Projects, has pleaded guilty to 10 charges under the Air Navigation Act (ANA).

The charges were in relation to the use of unmanned drones by Boustead Projects E&C at two of its construction sites in a bid to leverage on the use of technology to increase the efficiency and productivity of its operations, and to mitigate the disruptions caused by the pandemic.

At a hearing held by the State Courts of Singapore on March 28, Boustead Projects E&C pleaded guilty to four charges relating to operating an unmanned aircraft at the Kranji site without a class 1 activity permit in 2020.

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