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todayMay 1, 2016

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Uncategorised Richard Gill

Drones v planes – midair tragedy waiting to happen

Article by Geoffrey Thomas, Aviation Editor – The West Australian Calls for mandatory user registration and severe penalties for irresponsible operators grow as drone sales soar… Pilots face increasing challenges navigating planes safely — more planes, more bad weather, more birds and now, more out-of-control unmanned aerial vehicles or drones. The growing ...

Uncategorised Richard Gill / April 24, 2016

Drones Invade Privacy in the UK

PEEPING Toms are using drones to spy on women, police statistics reveal The Sun reports that figures confirm complaints about flying cameras being used to peer into windows are rising. A Freedom of Information request shows reports of drones being used illegally have gone up ten times over three years. ...

todayApril 24, 2016

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Uncategorised Richard Gill

Drone allegedly crashes into plane at Heathrow

Drone Defence with Dedrone can help prevent this. San Francisco, April 19, 2016 – On Sunday (April 17th), a drone apparently hit a passenger plane for the first time. The British Airways flight with more than 130 people on board was heading for London Heathrow airport, when it was hit ...

Uncategorised Richard Gill / November 21, 2015

The Drone Threat

COUNTERING THE THREATS FROM DRONES Drones or Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (SUAVs) have opened a world of possibilities for photographers and videographers who can now capture unbelievable images which would have previously required a helicopter. But the proliferation of the drone technology poses a series of risks to individuals, businesses ...