Under the real-name system, drones can no longer be willful
"Master, please apply for an'ID' card for your drone." Many drone enthusiasts have successively received messages from manufacturers.
The “ID card” for drones is the “real-name system” required by the Civil Aviation Administration of China for drones. Since June 1, the registration of drones with a maximum take-off weight of more than 250 grams will be implemented. Unregistered drone flights will be considered illegal. "Hubei Province Unmanned Aircraft Special Rectification and Joint Prevention and Control Work Implementation Plan" strictly regulates drone flight, and will formulate civil unmanned aircraft operation management requirements, and include civil unmanned aircraft in the scope of real-name registration .
UAVs, you can’t fly as you want.
Buying a drone is as easy as buying clothes
In recent years, as UAVs have been widely used in shooting, monitoring, agriculture, rescue and other fields, the average annual growth rate of the market has reached more than 50%. It is estimated that by 2025, the total scale of my country's drone market will reach 75 billion yuan. "The development of civilian drones has a broad space, which has improved the production efficiency of many industries." said Wang Xiaobo, chairman of Wuhan Smart Bird drone company. In the past, power line inspections required power workers to climb mountains and mountains or even climb high-voltage towers. The inspection can be completed with a small and lightweight drone. Plant protection drones have changed the way of spraying pesticides in some areas. A drone can spray hundreds of acres of pesticides a day, which is cheaper than labor.
According to reports, industry-level drones are all priced at tens of thousands of yuan, while consumer-grade drones are relatively cheap, ranging from 3,000 yuan to 10,000 yuan. According to Li Chunfei, head of the Flight Academy of Ewatt Aviation Services (Wuhan) Co., Ltd., consumer drones have appeared in Hubei about three or four years ago, and there are now at least tens of thousands.
A drone enthusiast said, “Now buying drones is as easy as buying clothes. You can search for various brands and models common on the market on e-commerce websites.”
"Black fly" frequently brings hidden dangers
The rapid increase in the number of drones has also brought new problems.
Since the beginning of this year, there have been frequent incidents of unmanned aerial vehicles threatening civil aviation safety. Data show that from mid-January to mid-February this year alone, there were 12 incidents of illegal drone operations threatening civil aviation safety across the country, of which 7 caused flight adjustments, avoidance, alternate landings, and delays. "Drones are not toys." Experts from the Provincial Civil Aviation Administration said, "Improper control of aircraft or flight failures can cause many safety problems. If they are used by unscrupulous personnel, they can engage in illegal activities (sneak shooting, passing contraband, etc.), which has potential The danger of it."
Shenzhen DJI Innovation Technology Co., Ltd. occupies more than 70% of the global consumer drone market share. According to reports, DJI has recently reached a cooperation with the Civil Aviation Administration of China, which will cooperate with the Civil Aviation Administration to carry out the pilot work of real-name registration of drones. During the pilot work, DJI UAV users can complete real-name registration through the control software.