Tokyo bans UAVs from its public parks
Citing considerations over customer security, officers in Tokyo have briefly banned using UAVs in eighty one public parks all through the town. An announcement launched Tuesday explains that violators might face fines as much as ¥50,000 ($eight,000) for violating the ordinance. This coverage change follows a current incident whereby a person protesting the nation’s nuclear police efficiently landed a quadcopter carrying a cup of mildly irradiated water on the roof of Prime Minister Abe’s workplace. In accordance the The Japan Occasions, officers said that the the metropolitan authorities does not plan to impose the stiff penalty however is asking that residents adjust to the ban nonetheless.
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