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US Department of Transportation Press Conference

Discussion in 'News' started by LuvMyTJ, Oct 19, 2015.

  1. LuvMyTJ

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    I tried to have it start at 9:40 but the link won't take. :(
     
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    Jump to 9:45 to see the start
     
  4. LuvMyTJ

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    Sure, they can't get commercial UAV usage figured out for over 5 years now but this they can do in weeks!!!
    They know there won't be much push back from UAV users so full speed ahead.
     
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    It sounds like they have no idea how they are going to accomplish this. At one point he didn't even know if they have the authority to do this lol.

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    32:57 is all you need to hear.

    This is about having a national registry of "FOLKS" who are owners and users of drones!!!!!!!!
     
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    Yeah. So what???? Unless the drone crashes and they retrieve it, they still cannot "Tie the drone to the user". Stupid wasteful regulation.
    Flying legally, as I do, I don't give a rip s*** if DOT has my uav registered. Hell I even put my info on my Phantom now.
    The sky is not falling folks.