Rules and safety for the sky

Rules and safety for the sky

Safety planning for drones generally includes studying the mission area, identifying potential hazards and landing areas, and selecting an appropriate flight path. In some cases, it may also be necessary to obtain permission from landowners or other authorities before flying.

When studying the mission area, it is important to identify any potential hazards that could impact the drone or its operator. This includes things like power lines, poles, trees, cables, wildlife, and people. It is also important to identify a safe landing area for the drone in case of an emergency.

Once the hazards have been identified, the next step is to select an appropriate flight path. This path should avoid any potential hazards and provide a clear line of sight for the operator. In some cases, it may be necessary to fly at a higher altitude to avoid obstacles.

Finally, before flying, it is important to obtain permission from any landowners or other authorities who may be impacted by the drone. This will help to ensure that the drone is operated safely and within the law.

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