Nice except you can't fly over people and property like that. What happens when your drone loses a motor, falls from 500' and crashes onto someone's head. Also you put yourself at a big risk liability-wise.
This issue is definitely not that simple. Flying a drone over private property below 400 feet without permission could be construed as trespassing. Case law covering this issue is still evolving. Above 400 feet the drone could fall under FAA jurisdiction.he just did.... planes do it all day long
he just did.... planes do it all day long....
Only if he had permission from Tesla.
Thanks, good info, but it seems to be aimed at questions regarding unmanned craft flying for commercial purposes and does not address issues related to privately owned unmanned craft.