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" Black Flight " Can't Be Stopped Only At Shooting Down

  2018-09-14

introduce:Data figureThe "hongze lake hairy crab festival" has been held in the fisherman's bay of hongze lake in huaian, Jiangsu province. The police in hongze district issued a notice in advance, temporarily demarcating the no-fly zone around the o


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The "hongze lake hairy crab festival" has been held in the fisherman's bay of hongze lake in huaian, Jiangsu province. The police in hongze district issued a notice in advance, temporarily demarcating the no-fly zone around the opening ceremony. But on the day of the opening ceremony, two UAV were still attempting to fly into the no-fly zone for aerial photography, and police in hongze district shot them down to the lake using Anti-UAV Guns. Beijing youth daily knows that many police departments in China are equipped with similar anti-drone gun.

With the increasing popularity of technology and sales price, the speed and breadth of the popularization of UAV in China in recent years is amazing. People are no longer surprised by the machine flying overhead, but are worried about its social security risks. Early last year, a UAV incident near Hangzhou's xiaoshan airport caused a national sensation. Since then, Chengdu airport has experienced a serious situation of "9 UAV disturbances in 17 days". The "black flight" of UAVs has become an urgent security concern.

It may be remembered that at the opening ceremony of the 35th China luoyang peony culture festival last year, luoyang police decisively "shot down" a UAV that had entered the scene. This time, another two illegally intruded into the hongze lake were ‘shot down’ by the police with Anti-UAV Guns "shot down." Clearly, both incidents were useful attempts to control the "black flight" of UAVs technically. However, such temporary case handling is ultimately not a long-term solution and cannot fundamentally curb the "black flight" of UAVs. only from the legislative level to perfect the system management of UAVs, will be able to produce results.

Indeed, with "restrictions" limit or to ‘shoot down’ with a anti-drone gun can reduce the UAV’s "black flies" phenomenon, However, in the face of the fact that UAVs have already "flew into ordinary people's homes," the aforementioned limited administrative means, to what extent can control the civil UAVs "want to fly on the fly" chaos, it is worth pondering. What's more, as a high-tech product, UAVs have gradually been integrated into people's production and life. For example, the huge role played by UAVs in logistics, agricultural, fire control, surveying and mapping, cruise and aerial photography has greatly facilitated people's living practices and assisted the great improvement of production efficiency. In this sense, only the combination of radio and control, and the combination of dredging and blockage, is the most realistic, reasonable and humanized way of supervision of future UAVs.

In the face of the increasing number of UAV enthusiasts and the frequent occurrence of disorderly flying of UAV, UAV management cannot stop at the temporary order maintenance of large-scale activities. If the police "shot down" with Anti-UAV Gun which is to ignore control, disorderly flight to "rule" punishment and discipline, then, in view of the UAV under the rule of law is designed, is to be made for the management of the UAV of laws to "rules" and "rhyme", need to cover the production, sale, use of UAV, a lot of link such as inspection, supervision and punishment. For example, the formulation of production specifications, the boundary of people's hobby, the record of sales and purchase, the requirements of the use scope, and the disposal of illegal flight, etc. only when laws are fully involved and management gaps are filled, and laws can effectively guide and escort UAVs, will the development of UAVs not get lost and deviate from its course.

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