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A Taiwanese was dead after a drone had hit her head which operated by a foreign national

According to Taiwan's National Aviation Authority, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), flying a drone is legal in Taiwan, but we recommend being aware of and compliant with the drone regulations.

There was an accident happen in Longpan Park in Kenting. The Foreign Man who was operating his drone accidentally hit and injured the head of Taiwanese woman surnamed Lin from Tainan.

Sadly the Taiwanese Woman immediately died on the spot because of her injured in her head caused by a drone that hit her head.

That's why Drone operators in Taiwan will need to pass an exam to obtain an operator certificate and will have to register with the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), according to new drone regulations.

The new regulations under an amendment to the Civil Aviation Act passed by the Legislative Yuan last year will come into effect in July, with mock exams to be held in May.

Under the regulations, registration of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) weighing 250 grams and over will become mandatory, so that government authorities can identify owners in the event of accidents.

Upon registration, owners will be issued with a set of registration codes that must be marked on their aircraft.

the CAA will launch an app specifying restricted zones and where drone operators may legally fly. 


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