Big News for Drone Industry: FAA Unwraps New Drone Rules
NEW YORK, Dec. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- FAA unwraps drone rules for the holidays. Fearing as many as a million new drones might land under Christmas trees this year.FAA has announced a new regulation on drones. The Obama administration announced that all units weighing between 0.55 pounds and 50 pounds must be registered by February 19th, 2016. Anyone against this rule and caught flying will face still penalties and be even in jail for years.
DJI's latest drone- Phantom 3 has faced an crisis because it's overweight. FAA has bitterly confounded DJI's ambition. The cold winner for DJI is coming. Currently DJI has held 60% market share in the U.S. FAA adds up to a one - two punch that would stagger DJI.
FAA's new regulation will be effective on Dec. 21st and almost covers all the consumer drone on the market. All the drones weighing between 0.55 lbs and 50 lbs must be registered on FAA's official website. It's a nightmare for most of the drones like DJI. FAA offers unique registration number to approved submitters and those drone owners are required to paste or paint their own numbers on their drone.
FAA has the 0.55 pounds regulation because administration thought it's the bottleneck that drone companies would not breakthrough. To make a drone weighting under 226g is nearly possible.
But Onagofly surprised us with advanced drone technology from China. The Intelligent Onagofly drone is not only featured by its sophisticated performance moreover Onagofly has lowered its weight to the crazy 140g-nearly 0.3 lbs.
In this case FAA's newest regulation become invalid to Onagofly at the first moment it's coming out.
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