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US aviation authority compulsory registration drones
The US aviation authority FAA requires private users from February 19, 2016 to have registered their drone in the organization. For commercial users, the aviation authority is working on a system to catalog the drones.
The US Federal Aviation Authority makes the news on its website. The registrations are open from December 21 and in the first 30 days for free to encourage people to act in time. Then there is 5 dollars to costs associated with the registration. Pilots’ small unmanned aircraft “that between 250 grams and 25 kilograms, covered by the registration requirement. They have to give their name, address and email address to the FAA. The minimum age for enrollment is 13 years and users are given a certificate directly in the hands of a registration number on it. They are required to state this on the drone. By the spring of 2016 to open the FAA registrations for commercial users of small unmanned aircraft.
The growing popularity of unmanned, remote-controlled drones must act aviation authorities to draw up rules and regulations for the airplanes. Incidents involving drones are not a rare sight; earlier this month flew a drone for example, almost at a police helicopter in California. In the context of regulating the use of drones and other unmanned aircraft, the FAA has developed a smartphone app which allows users aware that they drone their plates in an area where it is prohibited.
Also Netherlands and Belgium are working on integrating drones into society. Hobbyists may only fly over private property in Belgium and a drone not let rise higher than 30 meters above the ground. Also hobbyists must comply with the privacy rules. In the Netherlands everyone by October 1 with a drone from 4kg to fly, but the pilot must ensure that the drone a minimum horizontal distance to include buildings and groups of people operates from 50 meters. The mini-drone should not be higher than 50 meters and not greater than 100 meters away from the driver. Drones have themselves 50 meters distance from each other and “give priority” to other air traffic. Finally, it should not be flown within a radius of 5km from airfields.Viewing:-173
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