New generation drones fly under the regulation radar | #TpromoCom #Drone #Rules #Radar | While stricter global rules are coming, tiny machines can still be flown out of the box.
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I love drones. I have flown them on four continents and whether hovering low over a rough sea in Queensland or swooping down a valley in Transylvania, the feeling of almost becoming a bird always boosts the spirits.
The pre-Christmas drone fiasco at London’s Gatwick Airport did make it slightly embarrassing to be a fan, but drones are increasingly popular. The Federal Aviation Administration in the US expects sales to keep rising more than 25 per cent per year.
But under pressure because of incidents such as the Gatwick episode, legislators are trying to clamp down on drone abuse.
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