Notice Uav Operator “not Certified” According To Acuo, After Triathlete Injured By Uav In Geraldton

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by HeliGods, Apr 7, 2014.

By HeliGods on Apr 7, 2014 at 11:13 PM
  1. HeliGods

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    Australian Certified UAV Operators (ACUO) have today said local business New Era Film and Photography are not a holder of a CASA UAV Operator Certificate (UOC).

    This comes after yesterday’s incident where a triathlete was struck on the head by a UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone) according to witnesses and the triathlete herself, Raija Ogden.

    Read the full story here: http://everythinggeraldton.com.au/2...ter-triathlete-injured-by-drone-in-geraldton/
     

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Discussion in 'Industry News' started by HeliGods, Apr 7, 2014.

    1. 3D Heligod

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      Wow... Thats got to hurt New Era Films. Obtaining those licenses are incredibly expensive.
       
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      I wonder what kind of fines they will get. Hmmm!
       

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