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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by slim.slamma, Apr 5, 2016.
FAA released recommendations to ok flights over crowds
I guess really not that dangerous.
Have you read it and the restrictions?
faa committee proposal
yes i read it and its just a proposal but i can easily see where this is going
Flights overs crowds not so dangerous
Own many drones that weigh less than half a pound?
can we start somewhere Mr?
I read the other 2 also its a start
i1 will be discontinued. its too heavy hence the p4.
i get it the i1 is a dinosaur we want be seeing a inspire 2
The wording is the issue. Anytime you have to prove something to the FAA its like getting the FDA to approve a new drug. How do you prove 'Less than 1% chance of injury to the crowd at maximum impact force'?
Thats on Dji for that money they gone prove it. Tripled in sales did you read that
Didn't catch that. Try again in English?
Mr english maybe its gone sound better coming from the FAA instead of me.
lets see those hands again. You embarrassed?
Just recommendations, nothing to get excited over...
What's this about frying over clouds?
Where is this recommendation?
Essentially the FAA will be asking manufacturers to do some serious impact energy research and self certify their aircraft. Nothing to get excited about yet. TOO PRELIMINARY.
I doubt they'll loosen the rules about flying, or frying, over crowds, or clouds. I personally think the prohibition against flying over people is wrong but agree that you should not fly over groups of people. We let planes fly over people but don't permit them to fly low over crowds of people and I think a similar rule is reasonable for drones.
But, again, I really doubt they'll loosen the rules even a little and if anything it's likely they'll find reason to make new rules that are even more prohibitive.
What don't you get? Now they got you frying chicken over the clouds.
Yes for a 225 gram toy, read the facts!
Was it any other recommendations for 3 other categories? Different weight classes