New Delhi: According to DGCA's Directive General of Civil Aviation, the drone is divided into five parts. Nano drones weighing 250 grams Micro drones whose weight ranges from 250 g to 2 kg And the remaining three drones are small, medium and large. They weigh from 2 kg to 25 kg or 150 kg. Prior to the drone, the Indian government had made stringent rules where you could not blow the device around the airport, government departments or other places. But now legally it has been legalized.
From 1 December you can now blow the drone but for that you have some documents. It has been implemented by DGCA only. Although drones are used only by photographers and commercial entrepreneurs but with the lack of clarity. In other countries, the product has been started with the help of drones. So let's know about some of the important things related to the drone.
According to the DGCA policy, it has been called a remote piloted aircraft. This makes RPAS of remote piloted aircraft system i.e. with the help of remote pilot station, command and control link and other things. You will need a unique identification number for these RPAS or drones. For this, you will also have to take an unmanned aircraft operator permit.
That is, if you have any type of drone, you will first need to get permission from the DGCA, after which you will be able to blow drones in the country.
If you have a Micro Drone and you want to fly it under 200 feet, then you have to give information to the police in Advance 24 hours earlier. If the drone government agency is there, you will have to give information to the local police station.
You must be above 18 years of age to blow a drone.
To blow a drone, you have to be 10th in English. There should also be training approval from the DGCA. Only then will you be able to blow this device.
DGCA will have to give you some documents where you will get a permit after 7 days. It will be valid for 5 years.
You must have insurance to blow a drone. DGCA has set a deadline to blow these drones.
If you have two drones you can not run both together.
You can not blow the drones into the airports or cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Bengaluru within 5 km radius. For the other cities and the airport, this radius is 3 km.
You can not blow this device around 25 kilometers of the international border. At about 500 meters of sea and coast, you can not fly within 3 km of military installation.