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no one said that's what they should do.Dizzy28 wrote:I just don't fancy a free for all where anyone can buy and operate one.
readingMG Man wrote:so what's your solution Duane?
Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:Most of the popular ones use GPS to maintain stable flight position and can easily be limited by the manufacturer to certain heights in areas close to most major airports.
You offer a useful suggestion then.MG Man wrote:who's gonna limit them? Who's gonna ensure that the manufacturer calibrates them for Trinidad? Airports are not the only areas where drones pose a threat / risk to public...you gonna ask the manufacturer to calibrate them to limit altitude near QPS and every possible event venue too?Suppose I buy it in Miami? What about the ones without GPS?
roadhog wrote:I hope they make an educated decision rather than the normal foolish one they tend to make. Next thing they ban all remote control devices because it's a threat to national security .
pugboy wrote:Lol, fyi u should ask the guys who used to fly helis on that side.
Definitely issues with RF near the road.
DanielCW wrote:Just recently they had an issue with a dji phantom flying over the whitehouse, I agree with some sort of license and registration, along with restrictions placed on the onboard gps of the high end models, anything flying without Gps and that kind of technology is nothing more than a toy and harmless iMhO
1UZFE wrote:Its kinda strange this pose a problem owing to our archaic privacy laws.
What legislation wud they use to prevent this.? Does this mean we must have a review of our privacy laws??
Also i dont think we have a private air space limit for private property? If we do then,cud one can then legally take the operator of the craft to court for trespassing.??