New Zealand’s new government is planning to allow drone operators to operate their advertising services in the country.
The move will allow businesses and government agencies to use drones to broadcast, distribute, distribute and advertise.
New Zealand media companies including NZME are already using drones to advertise their services and are now looking to commercialize their services.
A report from the Department of Trade and Industry on drone advertising is expected to be released next month.
A spokesperson for the department told The Financial Review the government is looking at using drones in New Zealand for advertising purposes.
The spokesperson said the government was looking at how it could help with local advertising, which is currently managed through the state advertising agencies.
The department will also look at other advertising technologies to make advertising in New Zeland more efficient and effective.