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Founded Year

2012

Stage

Series A - II | Alive

Total Raised

$11.64M

Last Raised

$6M | 3 yrs ago

Mosaic Score

+10 points in the past 30 days

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About Moi Corporation

Moi Corporation operates TwitCasting, a live streaming communication platform that lets users broadcast and record live videos and tweets from their mobile devices without worrying about network quality.

Moi Corporation Headquarter Location

Kandatsukasacho Chiyoda-ku

Tokyo, 101-0052,

Japan

Latest Moi Corporation News

UAE Prohibits Drone Flying Operations for Enthusiasts Following Houthi Attack on Abu Dhabi

Jan 23, 2022

UAE Prohibits Drone Flying Operations for Enthusiasts Following Houthi Attack on Abu Dhabi UAE Prohibits Drone Flying Operations for Enthusiasts Following Houthi Attack on Abu Dhabi MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Ministry of Interior (MOI) of the United Arab Emirates have banned flying drones operations for enthusiasts in light of the recent drone... 23.01.2022, Sputnik International 2022-01-23T11:31+0000 https://cdnn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e6/01/11/1092314643_0:160:3073:1888_1920x0_80_0_0_e0174fabcc7f65d7aab8647ad447b1b4.jpg The ministry added that the decision was coordinated with the General Authority for Civil Aviation and was aimed at "ensuring the safety of lives and property, preserving them from unsafe bad practices. "The statement noted that the exception was made for organisations filming using drones. However, now such entities need to get permission from the authorities.On Monday, several Houthi drones targeted the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi, including the construction site of a new airport and fuel tankers near depots of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, killing three people and injuring six others. The rebels claimed responsibility for the attack and said that it was a response to the UAE's involvement in hostilities against the movement.In response to the recent drone attacks, the Saudi-led coalition, including the UAE, launched a campaign against the Houthis, targeting their warehouses and other infrastructure in Yemen. The movement accused the coalition of bombing residential areas in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, destroying houses and killing over 20 people.Yemen has been engulfed in an armed conflict between the government forces, led by President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, and the Houthi rebels. Since March 2015, the Saudi-led Arab alliance, working in cooperation with Hadi's forces, has been conducting air, land and sea operations against the Houthis. The conflict has created arguably the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world. uae © KARIM SAHIB Subscribe MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Ministry of Interior (MOI) of the United Arab Emirates have banned flying drones operations for enthusiasts in light of the recent drone attack on Abu Dhabi carried out by the Houthi rebels controlling northern Yemen. "MOI is currently stopping all flying operations for owners, practitioners and enthusiasts of drones, including drones and light sports aircraft. This encompasses also air and sail spots", the ministry said in a statement published on its official website on Saturday. The ministry added that the decision was coordinated with the General Authority for Civil Aviation and was aimed at "ensuring the safety of lives and property, preserving them from unsafe bad practices." The statement noted that the exception was made for organisations filming using drones. However, now such entities need to get permission from the authorities. © MOHAMMED HUWAISNewly recruited Houthi fighters chant slogans as they ride a military vehicle during a gathering in the capital Sanaa to mobilize more fighters to battlefronts to fight pro-government forces in several Yemeni cities, on January 3, 2017. Newly recruited Houthi fighters chant slogans as they ride a military vehicle during a gathering in the capital Sanaa to mobilize more fighters to battlefronts to fight pro-government forces in several Yemeni cities, on January 3, 2017. © MOHAMMED HUWAIS On Monday, several Houthi drones targeted the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi, including the construction site of a new airport and fuel tankers near depots of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, killing three people and injuring six others. The rebels claimed responsibility for the attack and said that it was a response to the UAE's involvement in hostilities against the movement. In response to the recent drone attacks , the Saudi-led coalition, including the UAE, launched a campaign against the Houthis, targeting their warehouses and other infrastructure in Yemen. The movement accused the coalition of bombing residential areas in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, destroying houses and killing over 20 people. Yemen has been engulfed in an armed conflict between the government forces, led by President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, and the Houthi rebels. Since March 2015, the Saudi-led Arab alliance, working in cooperation with Hadi's forces, has been conducting air, land and sea operations against the Houthis. The conflict has created arguably the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world.

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