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Cabinet wants to relax rules for professional use of drones
The government wants to expand the regulations surrounding drones. The professional use of drones should be made easier, for example to police and fire more easily on the capabilities of unmanned aircraft can use.
That the government has announced in a press release. The new rules should take effect on 1 July. Then it should be possible to include police and fire to deploy drones over crowds and buildings. The aim include facilitating detection and maintenance of public order, according to the Cabinet.
Companies and institutions have the opportunity to deploy drones. One example is the use of unmanned aircraft for agriculture. In addition, would media drones video shoot. The government says with different professional sectors to want to call to find out what the needs are. Also need to work there with manufacturers of drones, which are assigned locations to test their products.
Allowing professional use of unmanned aircraft to be phased in. In addition, we check whether it is necessary to set requirements for drones, including in the field of security. The government wants to prevent devices are easy to hack. Last year it was already known that municipalities have more opportunities for the use of drones.Viewing:-184
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