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2022-09-21
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It has become a global consensus that tourists are focused on "caring" for the real name registration of UAVs

recently, according to Hong Kong's Ming Pao, from April to July 2018, the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department consulted the public on the regulation of UAVs for three months. The consultation document puts forward a number of suggestions, including the establishment of the owner registration system, requiring UAV operators to purchase third-party insurance and receive training. Just press the reset key on the main interface to automatically reset the whole process. It is reported that the Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong is initially inclined to establish a registration system. According to the requirements, unmanned aerial vehicles weighing more than 250 grams will need to register personal data by forming an oil film system in the curved annular gap of mutual movement. In addition, densely populated areas such as prisons and sensitive facilities will be included in the no fly zone

in fact, due to the continuous occurrence of UAV disruptions, injuries and other incidents, strengthening the supervision of UAVs has become a common consensus at home and abroad. According to the data of the British air crash investigation commission, the number of near collisions between UAVs and commercial aircraft in the UK increased by more than 200% from 2015 to 2017. In May 2017, airports in Southwest China and many other places suffered nearly 20 incidents of UAV disruptions, affecting a total of 326 flights, posing a serious threat to aviation safety and infringing on the legitimate rights and interests of passengers during normal travel

for this reason, the National Civil Aviation Administration urgently issued the "Regulations on the registration management of civil unmanned aerial vehicles under real name system" that month, requiring civil unmanned aerial vehicles weighing more than 250 grams to be registered under real name since June 30, 2017, and to be registered before August 31. According to statistics, as of March 22, 2018, the number of real name registrations of UAVs in China has increased to more than 180000

it is not only China that requires real name registration. Similarly, in 2017, the National Broadcasting and Communications Commission of Thailand issued an order in October that all unmanned aerial vehicles used in Thailand must be registered in their real names within 90 days from the 11th. According to this new regulation, violators will face up to five years' imprisonment and a fine of less than 100000 baht (about 20000 yuan). In addition, the International Air Transport Association said that the agency supports the United Nations to take the lead in developing a global UAV registration system

it is worth mentioning that the consultation document released by the Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong also considers the behavior of passengers using drones. The consultation document points out that it may be difficult to require passengers and visitors to register in their real names, and passengers have been regulated by the current legislation. If this regulation is used, the civil aviation department will consider adopting effective ways to distribute the safety information of drones at various immigration control points

the reason why extra attention is paid to the management of passengers' use of drones is that in the past two years, there have been cases of tourists being arrested or even prosecuted for using drones in various countries. In July 2017, a Chinese tourist was arrested in Paris because the latter operated a drone over Notre Dame and the Paris police station; Since then, a Chinese tourist who tried to release the drone at the Taj Mahal was also stopped by Indian authorities and brought back for investigation. There are many related cases

in fact, in order to prevent terrorist attacks and curb the occurrence of unmanned aerial vehicles disturbing navigation, European and American countries pay more attention to strengthening the supervision of unmanned aerial vehicles, and have issued relevant laws and regulations to prohibit unmanned aerial vehicles from flying in important and sensitive areas, including most scenic spots

in 2016, the French Civil Aviation Authority issued the British UAV management regulations, making it clear that foreign tourists are not allowed to disclose aerial photos and videos at will, nor can these images be used as commercial materials. The order issued by the National Broadcasting and Communications Commission of Thailand also requires foreign tourists to register with relevant departments if they want to use drone aerial photography in Thailand

at the same time, in Japan, as the number of cases of foreign tourists using drones in disregard of laws and regulations doubled in 2017 compared with 2016, the Ministry of land and resources of Japan revealed that the UAV operator flight information sharing system will be adopted in 2019 to prevent relevant accidents, so as to better manage tourists' use of drones and other behaviors

it can be seen that for all countries, with the continuous increase of the number of drones and the continuous decline of the price and use threshold, strengthening the prevention and management of drone interference, injury, sneak shooting and other events will become a top priority. On the one hand, improving laws and regulations and issuing various management regulations are the mainstream choices; On the other hand, tourists who are not familiar with the regulations of drones in other countries will become the focus of attention. Tourists must abide by local laws when traveling abroad

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