Nice list of basic safety tips from Drone Blog:
…it’s important to get familiar with your device and its manual. “A lot of people just go out in their backyard and turn on their drone and want to fly without understanding the different settings,” Harrison Wolf, president of drone safety consulting company Wolf UAS, told the Daily Dot.
By following some common sense advice, recreational UAV owners can avoid many an ill-fated flight. Getting familiar with KnowBeforeYouFly, a drone safety website for recreational users backed by both the drone industry and the Federal Aviation Administration, is a must.
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