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Re: How to find out the height and speed of the RC planes?
I'd hate to think what you all do on the motorways. You must realize that
those of us in America who took all the flak from Australians over our
political and military choices can now safely assume the Australian mental
health industry took some hush money sometime after they discovered lithium.
It's embarrassing to look at this, as you make the best of our trolls look
like complete and hopeless punters! Smile, you're on Idiot Camera 4000 miles
Accident occurred - Spitfire plounged into the exit connecting
tennis court and the park. We were playing tennis and the visibility was no
a kid put some LEDs on his plane and intend to fly it like a Blackwidow, but
interfered by our tennis court lightning. There are trees along the tennis
there is a 5 meter openning at this exit. I am poised to design my robot
defend this 5Width*10Height meter openning. Any intruding planes will be
down with glue filled watergun to disable the blade and cotton wires to drag
Any tricks to calculate the height, velocity and direction of a flying
vehicle with a
single 2MP image sensor and some computing devices?
Re: Accident occurred - Spitfire plounged into the exit connecting
** Under the "Air Navigation Orders", section 95.21, part 4.1
A (untethered) model aircraft shall not be flown:
(a) unless visibility permits continuous visual contact by then operator
with the aircraft or
(b) in cloud
A model aircraft shall not be flown.
(c) within 30 metres horizontally or at any height over any group of people
or occupied building;
(d) at a height exceeding 300 feet above terrain unless the flight takes
place within the confines of a ( Department of Aviation approved) model
aircraft flying area.
I very much doubt that any council has given permission for such an
*illegal* activity as the idiot OP alleges.
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