The facility, located about 30 miles south of Seoul, will offer a safe environment or enthusiasts to learn how to fly their unmanned aerial vehicles, DJI said in a statement.
The DJI Arena will be equipped with safety nets, an adjustable LED-lit circuit for those wanting to test their skills, as well as an LCD TV for a more immersive experience that will offer a first-person view from a user’s drone.
The facility will also feature a maintenance room with charging docks and a work station for minor repairs.
DJI, whose drones are used for cinematography, among other civilian uses, wants the arena to make drones more accessible to the general population, the company said.
The arena also offers a venue for more advanced drone users and drone racing.