Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, rushed to the market less than a decade ago. They surprised the authorities worse once and flying drones was a completely wild activity at first. Dronea was allowed to fly anywhere, and some pilots cared little about who or what they were filming.
Since then, flying has been regulated and there are numerous areas where no drone should be flown at all. From February, regulations will become even tighter as drone pilots have to register, familiarize themselves with flying training materials and pass an online test. In the future, it will be required of both amateurs and those who fly drones professionally.
From the beginning of February, all users of camera drones will be required to register without exception, but users of drones without a camera or defined as toys weighing less than 250 g will not be required to register.
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Source: Tivi by www.tivi.fi.
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