Chinese drone maker creates no-fly zones around airports in 32 European countries
Chinese drone maker DJI will roll out a system in 32 European countries this month to prevent its drones entering airport flightpaths. The Chinese firm said that its state of the art geofencing will be implemented into drones' GPS systems, using complex shapes and three-dimensional "bow tie" zones around runways. The decision from DJI comes a few months after London's Gatwick airport suffered three days of flight disruption in December after drones were sighted flying in its vicinity.
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