Drone management is a means, safety is the goal
On October 31, 2017, the "2017 Security UAV Innovation Application and Anti-UAV Technology Seminar" hosted by China UAV Industry Alliance and Shenzhen UAV Industry Association and undertaken by CPS Zhongan.com was held on the sixteenth. During the China International Public Safety Expo, it was held in the Osmanthus Hall on the sixth floor of Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center.
At the same time, Shenzhen UAV Industry Association and Zhuzhou Southern Airlines Advanced Technical School announced a strategic partnership. The two parties will work together to promote the healthy development of the UAV industry. Yang Jincai, chairman of China UAV Industry Alliance and Shenzhen UAV Industry Association, and Guo Biao, dean of Zhuzhou Southern Airlines Advanced Technical School, jointly participated in the signing ceremony of this strategic cooperation. Kufei.com witnessed this event.
In recent years, drones have been widely used in aerial photography, environmental monitoring, power inspections, disaster rescue, news reports, express logistics, remote sensing mapping, etc., but their drawbacks have gradually emerged, causing new challenges to public safety and personal privacy. The hidden dangers of threats have attracted the attention of industry leaders, industry organizations, experts and scholars, universities, enterprises and the media. Faced with the current situation, how should drone practitioners respond? What is the future ecological outlook of the industry... With these questions, the reporter took this opportunity to interview Dean Guo Biao at the conference.
The drone industry management is not yet sound
Dean Guo told reporters that the application requirements for drones called "aircraft intelligent robots" are continuously increasing in all walks of life. At present, the technical level of China's drones is higher than the average level of international drone technology, and the development of Shenzhen's drone industry is at the forefront of the country. However, due to the difference between consumer-level and professional-level UAV management agencies and the lack of unified industry access principles, there is disorder and unhealthy competition in the entire UAV development.