Drones are awesome but there are issue with what people are intending for there use, Rights of the individual property owner and the rights of the hobbyist non commercial interest. These people already fund a growing hobby DRONE industry every time FAA CAA affects a change to the rules they disrupt this industry while it try to conform with the new rules , this disruption need to stop. The ministry of transportation is not the authority over the air space, they are an entity interfaces with commercial interest! This is what they seek to empower by legislation entity’s to collect privet data of privet individuals for dissemination by any one who pays for the data! Nothing but a money making opportunity nothing to do with safety or UAS education. here is an example of the air space today!
Drone delivery over privet property to privet property is unlawful it violates the rights of privet citizens , it trespasses over privet residential property & air space. This violates the rights of the people living on the property if you have not gained there consent to operate commercially. Any attempt to usurp the rights of the privet citizen is unlawful especially for privet commercial interest. for a company to have sole control over data acquisition for drones is also concern you are putting sensitive data in the hands of privet entity legislated by law this is folly! Making this organisation unjustly powerful and able to sell such data to any one who pays for it. Who own remote ID as it is what hand do they have in this legislation ? Also what is the frame work for any rules such as registration does the CAA, FAA have a risk assessment or any such agency around the wold in charge of the national air space? there are to date 200 million drones sold every year and more in parts sold to date since 2015 1.25 million drones in operation there have been 0 deaths or injures caused by any drone . What is the diving factor for legislation it is commercial interest my solution is to leave the airspace below 150 feet to the hobby’s and regulate above to commercial interest. registration is also nonoccurence this data is being used to justify legislation with numbers end of 2018, more than 27,000 non-model drones have been registered, FAA is able to count your drones over the years claiming that the amount of drones register poses a risk ! this is false with the short flight time and vapor wear society most of these get crashed , retired relapse for a newer better models. With an estimate of only 44 % of craft being registered you can see how commercial interest are interested in cashing in on this! Yet you can not take of with a light VTOL aircraft from you back yard and land in the same spot as a privet entity. the technology certainly exist and is ready for mass use. some with autonomous flight , commercial air craft have been operating autonomously for years, much easier than driving a car I am sure self driving cars will de the main stream before autonomous drones are.