The use of any machinery or implicated technology in the commercial and enforcement applications calls for laying down ground rules, policies, and laws to ensure sanctioned and valid use of the said object. The popularity and potential versatility of the drone in India recently resulted in the announcement of the CAR, in effect from December 1, 2018. In layman terms, the Drone rules India has put-down, shall be governing the authentication and consecutive use of the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or Drones.
Before one gets into the legal and ethical requisites of possessing and flying drones, here is a look at some of the crucial terms involved in the Drone policy India:
The Drone policy India includes rules as follows:
The DGCA stipulates that violations to the Drone policy India will be punishable under the Indian Penal Code and the Aircraft Act (1934).
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