Benjamin Bloom was quoted in "Canadian recreational drone users have basically been grounded" on the new rules governing the use of drones by recreational users. The article was published on March 25, 2017 by mobilesyrup.
Canadian recreational drone users have basically been grounded
New rules governing the use of drones by recreational users prohibits flying near buildings, people, animals, and airports; imposes a $3,000 fine if you’re caught.
Drones, quadcopters, or UAVs as they’re officially known, have been a hot consumer item for several years, and are becoming more and more popular. Research firm Tactica last year estimated that the market for these airborne cameras would balloon from 6.4 million units in 2015 to 67.9 million by 2021. And though drone prices are gradually coming down, the NPD Group says that at least 56 percent of buyers are dropping $500 US or more on a new drone purchase, a price that indicates these are not just toys for annoying the family pet... Read the full article at mobilesyrup.