Trinidad and Tobago Moves To Regulate Use of Drones
Trinidad and Tobago has become the latest state to introduce rules that stop the free flight of drones – as a matter of urgency in response to a surge in their use.
Draft regulations were submitted to the Office of the Chief Parliamentary Counsel roughly a month ago. These regulations would make the use of drones illegal unless they meet registration requirements. There has been a particular increase of the use of drones for use photography.
Trinidad is preparing a set of regulations that will require all drones to be registered and the conditions of use will also be specified in order to make sure that they do not pose a safety threat to people on the ground or to any aircraft.