After unmanned aerial vehicles became a popular entertainment among Chinese people, the country's government began to think about registering drones. In addition, the development of rules for the use of remotely controlled aircraft.
Since June 2017, Chinese amateur drones are required to register all vehicles whose weight exceeds 250 grams, and in order for owners to study the capabilities of the devices, the Association of Aircraft Owners has contributed to the construction of a special test site near Shanghai.
In the east of China, more than a hundred large aircraft manufacturers are registered. These enterprises operate not only for export, but also create products for the domestic market. Now in East China more than 120 thousand drones are registered, therefore they need to be run around somewhere.
"The landfill will be an excellent place where every owner will be able to master the intricacies of driving a dronesman and learn the rules of their operation," the China Daily quotes the head of the Association of Aircraft Owners .
In addition, such a test base will allow testing devices not only to owners, but also to manufacturers. All flights on the test site are held at an altitude of up to 150 meters under the supervision of specialists who ensure the safety of visitors.
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