Drones – South Africa

  Drone law in South Africa is a very interesting and complex situation. The flying of drones in the South African airspace had been unregulated and essentially illegal. Initially, the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) responded by clamping down on drones already operating in the South African civil aviation airspace. But now, SACAA has… Continue reading Drones – South Africa

Drones – Federal Aviation

  2018  - There are dozens of videos on the Internet showing small, unmanned aircraft delivering medicine, packages, pizzas and tacos.   If you believe the hype, the skies may soon be crowded with these vehicles.    The Federal Aviation Administration took a big step toward defining this future by enacting the rules and regulations known… Continue reading Drones – Federal Aviation

Hout Bay crime-busters use drones

27 July 2019 - Cape Town - It took just 90 minutes for Hout Bay residents to catch a lone criminal who attacked an unsuspecting woman out on a morning walk above Sandy Bay. With the help of drone technology, community crime-fighting organisations, SAPS and various security companies banded together to foil an attack that could… Continue reading Hout Bay crime-busters use drones

Libya – a drone

Confidential document notes that suspected BA-7 missile is only in use in the UAE, China and Kazakhstan.    United Nations sanctions monitors are investigating the likely use of an armed drone by eastern Libyan National Army (LNA) forces, or a supporting "third party", in an attack last month on troops affiliated with Libya's internationally recognised government,… Continue reading Libya – a drone