Development of drones, supervision must first

  5G technology innovation is providing deeper possibilities for drone applications. It is self-evident that to fly higher, faster, and farther, drones need more complete communication links, faster image transmission, and remote low-latency control. The birth of 5G is even more powerful for drones.
  However, any innovation, especially in the Internet sector, has faced the same problem for a long time. The relevant regulatory measures often lag behind the pace of technological innovation. The same is true for drones. When UAVs are flying in the sky with 5G technology, the “black flying” phenomenon that may be exacerbated by this is also worthy of attention.
  According to relevant regulations, drones can only fly in low-altitude and isolated airspaces specifically assigned to drone system operations. They cannot fly in converged airspaces operated by manned aircraft. Before flying, they must apply to the air traffic control department for flight airspace and plans. Action cannot be taken until approved. Any other flight is called “black fly”. However, many unmanned aerial vehicles currently fail to strictly abide by relevant state regulations, causing unauthorised intrusions into public and sensitive areas, accidental falls, affecting the normal takeoff and landing of passenger aircraft, and collisions with high-rise buildings, such as “black flying” incidents.
  The dangers caused by “Black Fly” are obvious. According to reports, if a consumer-grade drone weighing 0.5 kg to 50 kg collides with an aircraft flying at high speed, it will cause different degrees of damage to the aircraft, which may seriously lead to the tragedy of human death. Previously, due to improper control, many drones have caused the avoidance, delay of many civil aircraft, and even broke into military restricted areas, hit buildings, hurt innocent people, eavesdropped, and secretly photographed the privacy of strangers’ families.
  With the continuous innovation and application of technologies such as 5G, the future prospects of drones will be better, which also makes regulation more urgent.
  Strengthening regulatory innovation is necessary. According to relevant regulations, drones need to be reported in advance, which involves both civil aviation departments and military agencies. “Stuck” in any link will lead to a loss of flight planning. It is worth discussing whether this kind of supervision method of “three feet off the ground must be reported” is suitable for “low, slow and small” drones. Next, how to better improve the utilization of airspace resources, how to classify and set up airspace, how to simplify the approval process, and how to strengthen operational management need to be fully considered and scientifically demonstrated in the top-level design of comprehensively launching low-altitude airspace management reform Bold reforms.
  Relevant legislation must also keep up. The use of drones, especially entertainment applications, is becoming more and more extensive, and the scope is getting wider and wider, but the regulatory measures introduced in various places still seem to be “headaches and foot pains.” At present, it is necessary to deeply study the necessity and importance of the introduction of special laws on drone management, to truly control the drones, so as to promote the healthy development of the drone industry and control the spread of the “black flying” phenomenon.
  At the same time, it is also necessary to innovate supervision methods to urge related enterprises to comply with legal production and operation. From the perspective of the entire industrial chain of research and development, production, sales logistics, use supervision, and scrap recycling, through the multi-dimensional collaborative research and comprehensive measures of law, management, and technology, to ensure the safe, orderly, and sustainable development of the drone industry.
  In short, drones must fly higher and more securely without the escort of the rule of law. It is expected that the introduction of relevant laws and regulations can provide a reliable basis for curbing “black flying” and make drones better serve people’s lives.


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