- Dec 17, 2018
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Europe is doing it first but they are installing geofencing around airports roughly three to five miles outside of the perimeter which I think is a great idea it will be between certain frequency levels that drones fly. However it's just like the gun laws good guys never fly into air space around or over airports. But the terrorist or bad guy will modify the frequencies on both the transmitter and the Drone so it's not recognized by geofencing. It's a great effort however has a pilot of real aircraft geofencing can also cause issues with iOS approaches Glide slopes cat 3 approaches etcetera. It seemed that once the government got involved they made it more confusing. Again no where does it say how big the lettering must be what type of marker is used where on the Drone the serial number must be written.