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Drone users face fines and jail terms if they don't get registered

  2017-10-12 views:1

introduce:Drone users face fines and jail terms if they don't get registeredOwners of all drones must register their devices within 90 days or face up to five years in prison and a 100,000-baht fine. The registration period began on Wednesday. During the proce

drone users face fines and jail terms if they don't get registered
 
Owners of all drones must register their devices within 90 days or face up to five years in prison and a 100,000-baht fine. The registration period began on Wednesday. During the process, all non-registered... 
 
The registration period began on Wednesday. During the process, all non-registered drones must be grounded, according to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission's (NBTC) order issued... 
 
The NBTC stepped in to regulate drones as they are controlled by communication radio frequencies, a matter which comes under the jurisdiction of the agency. Previously, drone users were regulated by Transport... 
 
Drone owners can register their devices at the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) and the NBTC headquarters and its 21 provincial offices as well as police stations nationwide. 
 
According to the order that became effective after an NBTC board meeting on Wednesday, the move is aimed at protecting the kingdom. 
 
NBTC secretary-general Takorn Tantasith said there are about 50,000 drones in the country. They are increasingly popular for a variety of services and activities. However, only 350 of them were registered... 
 
Mr Takorn said flying and controlling drones needs to comply with the existing regulation governing related conditions by the CAAT. "People must be aware they cannot use drones which are unregistered because... 
 
"Registration should be available at the stores selling the drones themselves. Most people will not go to the NTBC's headquarters to register because it is tedious and a waste of time," wrote Twitter user... 

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