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Authorities sharpens drone control: Now they have "plates"

By Jakob Chor, Berlingske News Agency
29th October 2015 13:57




Cooperation between the University and the Transport and Construction Authority to increase the security of drones, which are expected to bring billions in revenue and fly thousands of jobs in Europe.


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It could have had incalculable consequences if a drone astray near Copenhagen Airport back in August was smoked into the engines of an airliner.

Luckily the pilot with fright when the drone with the characteristic four propellers races to see outside the cockpit window.

After the incident spoke Transport Authority and Construction in large letters on the consequences of a possible collision:

"We know not how big the drone is, and an aircraft engine is designed to handle a large bird. But if it was a great drone, and it was flown into the engine, then the consequences could have been fatal, "said Vice President Jesper Rasmussen then.

Also read: Mysterious drones strikes fear in Paris


Precisely safety of drones has increasingly been the authorities' attention in step with the flying gadgets are becoming more popular among businesses and proving popular with individuals.

And now a collaboration between the University of Southern Denmark, who are experts in drones and Transport and Construction Authority to ensure that a number of measures around the drones reduces the risk of a dangerous situation as out of Copenhagen Airport.

One component is called number plates drones.

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Here we work with two models: either a small GPS that via the mobile network sends its position to a server when the drone is in the air, or other structure to be broadcast live radio to a scanner on the ground.

"We are currently witnessing a strong growth in the deployment and application possibilities of drones. This development challenges largely govern the use of drones, which dates from a time when there was no thought of our days use of drones. There is therefore a need to adapt and adjust new rules so that the new possibilities offered by drones, can be used effectively, while ensuring public acceptance of drones, "says Head of Transport and Construction, Per Schmock in a press release.

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SDU has conducted the first test flights in HCA Airport in Odense, and from mid-November and a month ahead will be 10 professional drone operators get their drone equipped with a license plate.

Based on including these experiences will SDU at the turn submit a comprehensive report to the Transport and Construction. It will help form the basis of the rules in this area.

It's not just for hobbyists fault that drones attempted to make safer. They may prove to be invaluable.

If you ask the EU Commission, growth in the number of drones in 2050 could be exchanged for 150,000 jobs and a turnover of around 112 billion in Europe.






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Hard to tell from that translation if they are talking about an actual metal license plate or some kind of transponder sending out a digital license number.  In the worst case scenario of the former, a RPV going into an engine, there likely wouldn't be anything left large of the drone or the license to identify.  This wouldn't do much in the way of accident prevention.  At best it might help identify the owner.  Still doesn't do anything for the millions of RPV's already out there.
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gil Posted at 2015-10-31 01:34
Hard to tell from that translation if they are talking about an actual metal license plate or some k ...

Exactly, what he says.
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It will be a digital license plate so the Police can see who the owner is.
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http://www.iamdigitalnews.com/20 ... rators-accountable/
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