미국에서 방송국과 영화제작에 있어서는 Drone 의 사용을 허가 하였습니다
미국에서 방송국과 영화제작에 있어서는 Drone 의 사용을 허가 하였습니다.
앞으로 드론에 카메라 장착하고 원격으로 카메라를 조종할수 있는 기술과 I/F 가 본격적으로 대두될것으로 판단됩니다.
또한, 산업화가 된다면 Camera 에도 장착 및 원격 제어가능한 I/F 가 업체별로 장착이 될것이고, 이에 대한 표준화가 진행될것입니다.
카메라 업체는 이에대한 준비를 하여야 겠네요.
아마, 찍힌 영상을 실시간으로 전송하여야 겠고, Ultra HD 해상도의 영상도 전송이 되어야 겠습니다.
주요 키 포인트는 ,
1. Low Delay Video Transfer.
2. High Bandwidth Wireless Transfer & dodging RF Congestion
3. Long & wide range RF Transmittion
4. Standardization of Camera Control Interface & mounting Interface
5. Low Power consumption & Light-weighted Cam & Battery
6. Stability when flying and Balancing technic against wind and gravity.
이정도가 될것 같습니다.
그런데, 각각의 분야를 파고 들면 고급 기술은 상당히 어려운 것들입니다.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted permission to six television and movie firms, allowing them to use drones to shoot scenes.
The groundbreaking ruling reverses previously tight restrictions on the commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) – also known as drones, within US airspace.
But there are restrictions.
The UAS cannot operate at night, and the aircraft need to be inspected before each flight.
We are thoroughly satisfied these operations will not pose a hazard to other aircraft or to people and property on the ground”
The US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said: “Today’s announcement is a significant milestone in broadening commercial UAS use while ensuring we maintain our world-class safety record in all forms of flight.
“These companies are blazing a trail that others are already following, offering the promise of new advances in agriculture and utility safety and maintenance.”
The six companies had asked the FAA to grant them exemptions from regulations which address general flight rules, pilot certificate requirements, manuals, maintenance and equipment mandates.
In their applications the firms said the operators will hold private pilot certificates, keep the UAS within line of sight at all times and restrict flights to the “sterile area” on the set.
“The applicants submitted UAS flight manuals with detailed safety procedures that were a key factor in our approval of their requests,” said FAA Administrator Michael Huerta in a statement.
He added, “We are thoroughly satisfied these operations will not pose a hazard to other aircraft or to people and property on the ground.”
The FAA is currently working on an approval process for a seventh company, Flying-Cam, which filed for exemptions in June.
Approved by FAA: Using drones for filming
- Astraeus Aerial
- Aerial MOB
- HeliVideo Productions
- Pictorvision Inc
- RC Pro Productions Consulting
- Snaproll Media