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    Drones: les nouveaux dangers

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    Drones: les nouveaux dangers

    Message  copter le Dim 28 Aoû 2016 - 12:30

    Vidéo plus que visionnaire:
    OMG#casualty30
    https://www.facebook.com/BBCCasualty/videos/vb.303765603054826/1029528523811860/?type=2&theater
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    Re: Drones: les nouveaux dangers

    Message  vanhoute le Mar 30 Aoû 2016 - 6:17

    Réalisé par la BBC, à but pédagogique ici :



    http://www.numerama.com/pop-culture/191690-admirez-cette-catastrophe-causee-par-un-drone-imaginee-par-la-bbc.html


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    Re: Drones: les nouveaux dangers

    Message  copter le Jeu 22 Sep 2016 - 14:14

    Voilà ce qui arrive quand un drone est ingéré par une turbine:
    https://vimeo.com/144401420
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    Re: Drones: les nouveaux dangers

    Message  GDN21 le Jeu 22 Sep 2016 - 14:52

    Bonjour les aubes ! Bon en même temps ce n'est pas un scoop.
    Moralité vive le bi-moteur
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    Message  Capitaine flamme le Jeu 22 Sep 2016 - 21:26

    Moralité vive le bi-moteur a écrit:

    Et s il passe a travers le rotor ,vive les bi-rotors ! Razz ......
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    Re: Drones: les nouveaux dangers

    Message  copter le Ven 6 Jan 2017 - 9:36

    Géoportail : le site pour savoir où faire voler son drone

    Pour pouvoir faire voler un drone de loisirs en toute sécurité en France, des règles de bon usage ont été édictées il y a déjà deux ans. Et si l’on sait que ces machines sont interdites au-dessus de sites sensibles et des agglomérations, on ne connaît pas forcément en revanche les zones où les drones sont autorisés de vol.

    Pour y voir plus clair, il y a maintenant une adresse sur internet : www.geoportail.gouv.fr. Un site qui offre depuis le 20 décembre une carte interactive. Le fruit d'un an de travail pour la direction générale de l’aviation civile (DGAC) et ses partenaires.

    Son utilisation est simple. Vous entrez votre localisation comme par exemple Lyon, puis une carte s’affiche avec un code couleur qui va du rouge vif où les vols sont strictement interdits au jaune clair où les vols sont autorisés jusqu’à 100 m d’altitude. Pour les zones sans code couleur, votre drone est autorisé à voler jusqu’à 150 m de haut. Un outil indispensable pour pratiquer sa passion en toute légalité.

    Source avec vidéo: http://www.aeronewstv.com/fr/lifestyle/vie-pratique-aeronautique/3694-geoportail-le-site-pour-savoir-ou-faire-voler-son-drone.html
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    Drone interferes with chopper bringing patient

    Message  copter le Dim 9 Juil 2017 - 10:00

    Drone interferes with chopper bringing patient to Le Bonheur

    Hospital pilots sent a warning to drone pilots following a near-collision with a helicopter and a delay in getting a child to medical care.

    Hospital Wing is the hospital of the sky. It helps transport patients to the hospital when time is critical. However, a drone interfered with Hospital Wing's mission a few weeks ago and forced a helicopter to abandon its landing and re-route.

    "When we had to divert from Le Bonheur down to the hangar here in Memphis, that took at least an extra 20 minutes to get that patient back to the level of care that they needed to get to," Hospital Wing Director of Safety Erik Bratton said.

    Hospital Wing choppers fly low, normally below 800 feet to avoid interrupting FedEx and other airlines in the area. That air restriction put them in a drone danger zone.

    "We've only got a 100-foot buffer of space in between us and possible drone operations in this area," Bratton explained.

    Hospital Wing has five locations in the Mid-South: Memphis, Brownsville, Selmer, Jonesboro, and Oxford. If you plan to fly a drone within five miles of any helipad, you should notify the owners beforehand.

    "I don't think it's anything malicious. I think that most of the time people don't understand that when people buy a piece of equipment there are rules and regulations that need to be followed," Bratton said. "They need to download the 'before you fly' app, they need look at their manufactures website and recommendations, they can look at the FAA website."

    Bottom line? When you purchase a drone, you become a pilot and must obey the rules of the sky.

    Copyright 2017 WMC Action News 5. All rights reserved.

    Source : http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/35828402/drone-interferes-with-chopper-landing-with-patient-at-le-bonheur-childrens-hospital
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    Pilots association calls for urgent action on drones

    Message  copter le Mar 15 Aoû 2017 - 8:27

    Pilots association calls for urgent action on drones

    The European Cockpit Association is calling for urgent action following the publication of a UK study into the effects of a mid-air collision between small remotely piloted aircraft systems and manned aircraft.

    The European Cockpit Association (ECA), the representative body of European pilot associations, is calling for urgent action following the publication of the results of drone collisions tests with aircraft and helicopters.

    The tests were performed as part of a study commissioned by the UK Department for Transport, the Military Aviation Authority and the British Airline Pilots’ Association to investgate the effects of a mid-air collision between small remotely piloted aircraft systems and manned aircraft.

    The study — conducted by QinetiQ and Natural Impacts, using laboratory collision testing and computer modelling — comes in response to a steady increase in the number of Airprox incidents involving drones. There were six such events in 2014, rising to 29 in 2015, 70 in 2016 and 34 through the end of May 2017.

    The authors note that the perceived threats posed by drones to aviation safety have been the subject of significant speculation but with minimal evidence-based substantiation. They describe their work as one of only a very small number of studies that directly addresses the topic of drone collisions.

    The study aimed to find the lowest speed at collision where critical damage could occur to aircraft components. Critical damage was defined in this study to mean major structural damage of the aircraft component or penetration of drone through the windscreen into the cockpit. The study indicated that:

    • Non-birdstrike certified helicopter windscreens have very limited resilience to the impact of a drone, at well below normal cruise speeds.

    • The non-birdstrike certified helicopter windscreen results can also be applied to general aviation aeroplanes which also do not have a birdstrike certification requirement.

    • Although the birdstrike certified windscreens tested had greater resistance than non-birdstrike certified, they could still be critically damaged at normal cruise speeds.

    • Helicopter tail rotors are also very vulnerable to the impact of a drone, with modelling showing blade failures from impacts with the smaller drone components tested.

    • Airliner windscreens are much more resistant, however, the study showed that there is a risk of critical windscreen damage under certain impact conditions.

    • Drone components used can cause significantly more damage than birds of equivalent masses at speeds lower than required to meet birdstrike certification standards.

    For the ECA, the results constitute a robust proof that drone impacts on aircraft windscreens and helicopter rotors can be catastrophic, even at relatively modest speeds with small drones.

    The association is calling on national and European authorities to review the findings of the report as a matter of urgency and act to control the threat.

    Source: http://www.aircosmosinternational.com/pilots-association-calls-for-urgent-action-on-drones-98167

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