Hier soir, en allant dîner chez des amis, on plein centre de Houston, de nuit, 
un gars faisait voler un drone tranquille, en pleine agglomération ......

c'est juste le début.

Olivier 

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> Le Dec 21, 2015 à 11:23, Guy Revel <guyre...@volny.cz> a écrit :
> 
> Nouvelles des USA : On s'attend à 1 million de nouveaux drones jouets vendus 
> à Noël et utilisés par des jeunes ignorants de la pratique et de la 
> réglementation.
> 
> "A new study released by The Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard 
> College offers a comprehensive examination of incidents involving drones and 
> manned aircraft in the national airspace over the past two years. Using data 
> from the FAA and Department of Interior, the report, "Drone Sightings and 
> Close Encounters: An Analysis," explores 921 incidents in the national 
> airspace from December 2013 to September 2015.
> The authors identified 327 close encounters in which drones presented some 
> level of hazard to manned aircraft, 90 of which involved commercial 
> multiengine jets. 
> 
> The study found that incidents predominantly occurred far above the Federal 
> Aviation Administration's 400-foot ceiling for unmanned aircraft, often 
> within five miles of an airport. In August, the Department of Homeland 
> Security issued a warning after consumer drones flew close to commercial 
> aircraft at John F. Kennedy Airport three days in a row.
> 
> The FAA's ruling that hobbyist pilots must register, which was issued earlier 
> this month, may at least reduce incidents caused by ignorance, as 
> registration includes a mandatory education component.
> 
> The next year will be an important one for the FAA, which has resisted 
> imposing many strict rules around the use of hobbyist UAVs. If incidents rise 
> sharply as drones increase in popularity, however, it's likely the agency 
> will be forced to revisit its position."
> Guy R.

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