“TripAdvisor” Wiki for International UAV travel

The Humanitarian UAV Network has just launched a Wiki dedicated to collecting and storing information about international drone laws and regulations. The site includes a section for pilots to share their travel and flight experiences and advice. It’s an open and editable project, with the goal of tapping the global UAV community to crowdsource a useful, holistic and accurate database so that pilots around the world can learn from each other and share their experiences. From the source:

Think of this Wiki as a "TripAdvisor" for UAV pilots created by pilots who share their experiences when traveling to countries and flying in said countries. The Wiki also includes information on local laws when available. As the UAV laws/regulation space is rapidly evolving, we believe a Wiki is the best way to share new laws as they become available while simultaneously crowdsourcing travel experiences across the globe. Please help us fill the gaps!

We would like this to be a community-driven effort, which is why we decided to use a Wiki. In sum, we’d like to crowdsource the content for this Wiki. Our mission is make it the most popular and useful resource on the web for UAV pilots. You can help by adding your experience and knowledge directly to the Wiki.

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Comment by Gary Mortimer on August 14, 2014 at 10:54am
Comment by Patrick Meier on August 15, 2014 at 5:21am

Apologies for double-posting, should I delete my post?

Comment by Gary Mortimer on August 15, 2014 at 11:13pm

Don't worry Patrick this will file down the page. It should not have been approved by a mod so its the mods fault!


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