In my country there is a 500ft limit for the Inspire though if there are villages commercial airspace starts at 1000ft. Regulations are as always made for the most stupid persons running around to be "safe" without the need of a brain.Regulations....above that you enter into commercial airspace. Please inform yourself about the regulations in your country in order to fly safe.
No. Regulations are made for the safety of all people and general aviation safety. Smart people follow them because they understand why they are there. There are too many media reports of untrained remote pilots not following the rules that will lead to more and more restrictions on what we enjoy doing.Regulations are as always made for the most stupid persons running around to be "safe" without the need of a brain.
The reports of the lie-press will not change anyway. Almost nothing reported in the systemmedia is true no matter what topic. And the government clerks will always start regulate all things more and more just because they are paid for sitting around and inventing new limitations for the people.There are too many media reports of untrained remote pilots not following the rules that will lead to more and more restrictions on what we enjoy doing.
That would upset many more wifi users complaining about poor reception. We have what we have got so we will have to live with it. No amount of moaning is going to change it.The real problem seems to be loosing the connection - because of the same "rules" for the RC transmitter as for any WLAN device. To avoid falling down drones RC transmitters should be allowed a stronger signal, the government always manages to make so complicated rules for everything why they cannot make a rule for a RC transmitter with more power only allowed outside villages? But problem is the clerks making those restrictions also have no brain - especially in EU.