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Le Japon interdit le pilotage de drone en état d'ivresse

Cette restriction devrait rassurer les détracteurs du drone. Une loi votée ce jeudi 13 juin par les députés japonais interdit à toute personne en état d'ivresse de piloter un drone, une mesure de plus pour éviter les accidents dus à ces engins très populaires dans le pays.

'Don't drink and drone', say Japanese MPs

TOKYO (AFP) - People in Japan operating drones under the influence could face up to a year in prison under new laws passed on Thursday (June 13) that aim to control the increasingly popular devices.

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Centre working on rules to police civilian drones

Vijay Mohan Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 10 As Indian skies open up to the use of drones by civilian agencies or individuals, a mechanism is being put in place to effectively police their flying and to mitigate potential threats that they may pose to protected persons or sensitive establish

Drone attacks target Jizan airport in Saudi Arabia: al masirah tv

CAIRO (Reuters) - Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi movement launched multiple drone attacks targeting Jizan airport in Saudi Arabia near the border with Yemen, a tweet on Sunday by the group’s TV Al-Masirah said. The attacks targeted Saudi drone bunkers and stations in the airport, it added.

Tiburon considers ban on drones over schools

Drones have become nearly ubiquitous — in parks, at weddings, supposedly soon delivering Amazon packages. Students have won national science competitions with projects to stabilize drones in flight and use them to detect the risk of malaria.