Police drone problems
|Peter Christy||31/10/2018 08:55:08|
|1947 forum posts|
and not just Devon & Cornwall - seems like they are ALL grounded!
But what's this about flights within 50 metres of people and property being suspended "until further notice"? Do the police have an exemption that we don't? And if so, what makes their drones magically safer than anyone else's? (Or not, in this case!)
|ken anderson.||31/10/2018 10:00:08|
8857 forum posts
I would have thought that the police will have an exception to fly where they see fit due to the circumstances(on going crime in the process)…. but duff gear will hamper them.....hopefully its a simple fix for the things..... made by DJI I see.....bit un-nerving one falling from the sky-major damage to anyone below...
ken anderson...ne....1....drone dept.
|David P Williams||31/10/2018 10:36:40|
933 forum posts
It's more likely to be a dumb journalist garbling the info they have been given.
|Bob Cotsford||31/10/2018 11:03:56|
8945 forum posts
Maybe they're worried about them getting nicked if they suffer a power failure?
|Former Member||31/10/2018 12:25:36|
|1308 forum posts|
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626 forum posts
'..fears they could fall out the sky'
Well at least it's a change from people fearing the sky will fall down, ..... if we leave you know what.
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