New NZ drone rules – YOU MUST WATCH THIS VIDEO

If you own a drone or RC plane and live in, or intend to visit New Zealand, you must watch this video and have your say on what those changes should be.

Although Model Flying New Zealand represent the established hobby of RC model flyers, I appear to be the only person who is representing non-affiliated hobbyists so please watch this video and contribute your thoughts in the comments. Have I got this right? Have I got it wrong? Do you have anything to add?

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50 Comments

  1. Einarr Freyviðr on July 31, 2020 at 8:14 am

    Banning people from flying >400’/BVLoS is where we are now, and it isn’t working, as evidenced in hundreds (if not thousands) of videos on YT. With this idiotic ban, regulators have simply given up the authority to regulate those flights. And since it’s complete impossible to enforce, the people doing it anyway are doing it with zero safety guidelines. Yet more evidence that bans never work, and typically only make things worse.

    If regulators weren’t complete morons (or being worn like hats by commercial interests), instead of requiring licenses for **all** UAS flights, they would require them for >400’/BVLoS. Because if you’re going to fly in the NAS, it is reasonable to require some demonstration of knowledge about it. Like a basic understanding sectional charts and weather conditions, so you can tell where and when it is and is not safe to fly. Along with the license, it would also be reasonable to create some minimal equipment requirements:

    Anti-collision lighting and strobes, for visibility to manned aircraft.

    A method of navigation, typically GPS, so you know where your aircraft is at all times, and can keep it out of controlled airspace.

    The capability to pan the FPV camera at least 180 degrees, or multiple cameras on a switch that cover at least the forward 270 degrees of view, so you have the same means of situational awareness as manned aircraft, which is nothing more sophisticated than the ability of the pilot to turn their head.

    There are probably a few more minimal requirements people can think of, but these are all very reasonable for anyone who wants to get into BVLoS flight. They are logical, they aren’t unreasonably expensive, and they both protect manned aircraft and the investment people put into their unmanned aircraft. If regulators were doing their job, this is what they would have come up with…reasonable guidelines that help keep everyone safe, instead of stupid, unenforceable bans that are routinely disregarded and don’t accomplish anything.

  2. flagship1701e on July 31, 2020 at 8:14 am

    BRUCE, BRUCE, BRUCE……Ya need to learn Influencing Politics, Laws and Regulations 101.

    Step 1) Buy a powerful Drone that violates all the rules of Power, Frequency, Altitude, Noise etc. Name it "Ameri-drone"
    Step 2) Rig "Ameri-drone" to drop toxic, poisonous PCBs, Coal Tar, and sharp objects onto school yards of children (middle and working class only).
    Step 3) Rig "Ameri-drone" to explode on contact with any other object.
    Step 4) Send $100,000 re-election donation to national and local politicians and legislators.
    Step 5) Take purchased legislators to Las Vegas in Lear Jet and shower in Lap dances, alcohol, Caviar and massages by underage girls.
    Step 6) Slip copy of newer drone laws that legalize the "Ameri-drone" and add "Ameri-drone" to "preferred vendor" list.
    Step 7) Let stew for no more than 30 days on low heat.
    Step 8) Add $10,000 under high pressure for 24 hours.
    Step 9) Read about new, preferred "Ameri-drone" laws for government, military and public leisure use in National parks, public schools, Boy Scouts and Senior living facilities.
    Step 10) Check mail for 75% down payment check and $1Billion Government contract to build "Ameri-drone" factory.
    Steps 11) Cash check, Fly Drones, Return to Step 1

  3. Horthorn on July 31, 2020 at 8:14 am

    With today’s drone software, you can set the max height that the drone can fly so even if you cant see the drone and it is 100ft up, with air separation you will not hit anything other then a tree. Just ordered my first proper drone today so looking at you vids for the rules and safety advice. Sorry but you need one more rule, no flying where you can video inside someone elses home (privacy), I saw a wonderful youtube video where someone was doing that in the US and the woman came out fast with a shotgun.

  4. Paul van Dinther on July 31, 2020 at 8:14 am

    Manned aviation knows low flying is dangerous. In my day it was to keep a lookout for power wires but also kites and balloons. And this also applied to low flying areas… Secondly, yes geofence drones for altitude when possible. This keeps the casual flyers below 400 feet agl. Drone builders tend to be hobbyists and knowledgeable of aviation rules. Simple is better so yes. The rules you mention would cover risks adequately without costing crazy money.

  5. flagship1701e on July 31, 2020 at 8:15 am

    BRUCE, BRUCE, BRUCE……Ya need to learn Influencing Politics, Laws and Regulations 101.

    Step 1) Buy a powerful Drone that violates all the rules of Power, Frequency, Altitude, Noise etc. Name it "Ameri-drone"
    Step 2) Rig "Ameri-drone" to drop toxic, poisonous PCBs, Coal Tar, and sharp objects onto school yards of children (middle and working class only).
    Step 3) Rig "Ameri-drone" to explode on contact with any other object.
    Step 4) Send $100,000 re-election donation to national and local politicians and legislators.
    Step 5) Take purchased legislators to Las Vegas in Lear Jet and shower in Lap dances, alcohol, Caviar and massages by underage girls.
    Step 6) Slip copy of newer drone laws that legalize the "Ameri-drone" and add "Ameri-drone" to "preferred vendor" list.
    Step 7) Let stew for no more than 30 days on low heat.
    Step 8) Add $10,000 under high pressure for 24 hours.
    Step 9) Read about new, preferred "Ameri-drone" laws for government, military and public leisure use in National parks, public schools, Boy Scouts and Senior living facilities.
    Step 10) Check mail for 75% down payment check and $1Billion Government contract to build "Ameri-drone" factory.
    Steps 11) Cash check, Fly Drones, Return to Step 1

  6. Ciprian Circa on July 31, 2020 at 8:16 am

    I’m afraid to fly anymore anywhere in UK.Everywhere WARNINGS.Altitude limit is a joke and also the distance.Telemetry became useless,you need to see the damn thing at all times no matter where you are.No more FPV ,no use having GPS,and return to home…from where?! The drone is just near me,if I can see it I can bring it back all the time.The law exagerates.I really am afraid to fly anywhere without risking paying a big fine or even worse!I own a Bebop 2 Power,the way I see it its not a dangerous toy for anyone,all plastic,foam and wires.Maybe the most dangerous are the propellers and the battery.Not to mention that around you can meet a really bad intended person who will cause you a lot of trouble and the law will be on his/her side no matter how much I try flying legally.Time to move forward and change my hobby 🙁

  7. flagship1701e on July 31, 2020 at 8:17 am

    BRUCE, BRUCE, BRUCE……Ya need to learn Influencing Politics, Laws and Regulations 101.

    Step 1) Buy a powerful Drone that violates all the rules of Power, Frequency, Altitude, Noise etc. Name it "Ameri-drone"
    Step 2) Rig "Ameri-drone" to drop toxic, poisonous PCBs, Coal Tar, and sharp objects onto school yards of children (middle and working class only).
    Step 3) Rig "Ameri-drone" to explode on contact with any other object.
    Step 4) Send $100,000 re-election donation to national and local politicians and legislators.
    Step 5) Take purchased legislators to Las Vegas in Lear Jet and shower in Lap dances, alcohol, Caviar and massages by underage girls.
    Step 6) Slip copy of newer drone laws that legalize the "Ameri-drone" and add "Ameri-drone" to "preferred vendor" list.
    Step 7) Let stew for no more than 30 days on low heat.
    Step 8) Add $10,000 under high pressure for 24 hours.
    Step 9) Read about new, preferred "Ameri-drone" laws for government, military and public leisure use in National parks, public schools, Boy Scouts and Senior living facilities.
    Step 10) Check mail for 75% down payment check and $1Billion Government contract to build "Ameri-drone" factory.
    Steps 11) Cash check, Fly Drones, Return to Step 1

  8. Charles Arnold on July 31, 2020 at 8:18 am

    I have only recently subscribed to your channel and I really like it. I especially enjoyed this nearly hour long video. I feel that you are making the assumption that all drone pilots and operators behave in a responsible manner and that your arguments are premised on that assumption.I do agree that the CAA and any other regulatory bodies need to do a thorough risk assessment before making legislation.The risk that you avoided was that applying to emergency aircraft – police or air ambulances etc who will be landing potentially anywhere without a prior flight plan due to the nature of the emergency. so you may be flying in a field in the middle of nowhere and an air ambulance decides to land in that field. the responsible thing to do is of course to immediately land your drone. There are three other topics that I think were omitted from your video. The first is the threat from those pilots or operators acting with malicious intent in order to disrupt normal activities such as airport operations, which appeared to be the case at London Gatwick Airport. However, registration and other legislation will not put a stop to that. But at the LGA incident the police and the airport authorities were powerless, so legislation is required in order to enable the authorities to act. Second, there will of course be stupid idiots, which legislation will not prevent but penalties may make people think twice. Probably having little effect. third there are privacy requirements. In the UK the rules require that a drone equipped with a camera must be more than 50m from people and 150m from built up areas. I think that means I cannot fly a drone in my back yard! (I live in England, within the M25, which a very high density of housing!) My interpretation is that even the pocket size selfie drones are illegal but what do you think. The other thing to note is that local Councils in the UK are banning the flying of drones in public areas; on what justification I am not sure.

    I do not have a drone but I am considering buying one and I want to be able to fly it safely and legally, hence my interest in your and other channels on the subject. Please keep up the great work.

  9. Sub Tilo on July 31, 2020 at 8:19 am

    Xjet. I’m not from NZ, but I’m right behind you. Rulebooks are killing the hobby

  10. flagship1701e on July 31, 2020 at 8:19 am

    BRUCE, BRUCE, BRUCE……Ya need to learn Influencing Politics, Laws and Regulations 101.

    Step 1) Buy a powerful Drone that violates all the rules of Power, Frequency, Altitude, Noise etc. Name it "Ameri-drone"
    Step 2) Rig "Ameri-drone" to drop toxic, poisonous PCBs, Coal Tar, and sharp objects onto school yards of children (middle and working class only).
    Step 3) Rig "Ameri-drone" to explode on contact with any other object.
    Step 4) Send $100,000 re-election donation to national and local politicians and legislators.
    Step 5) Take purchased legislators to Las Vegas in Lear Jet and shower in Lap dances, alcohol, Caviar and massages by underage girls.
    Step 6) Slip copy of newer drone laws that legalize the "Ameri-drone" and add "Ameri-drone" to "preferred vendor" list.
    Step 7) Let stew for no more than 30 days on low heat.
    Step 8) Add $10,000 under high pressure for 24 hours.
    Step 9) Read about new, preferred "Ameri-drone" laws for government, military and public leisure use in National parks, public schools, Boy Scouts and Senior living facilities.
    Step 10) Check mail for 75% down payment check and $1Billion Government contract to build "Ameri-drone" factory.
    Steps 11) Cash check, Fly Drones, Return to Step 1

  11. Darin Holmes on July 31, 2020 at 8:25 am

    Bruce, you need to get Canada’s story right…. Our minister of transport Canada had a dream of a drone crashing a jetliner in his airspace (former Canadian airforce and astronaut) so obviously he owns Canada’s airspace…… AND MAAC(our model aviation group) was pissed off with declining membership and want TC to force everyone who flies to join and pay them, but TC said no you can all pay us!!!! Sure like the states under 250g is unregistered, however you have to get a new reg code for each aircraft at $5 and these codes cannot be transfered so if you wreak the craft you must report and turn in the reg number and a report of the crash. Just stupid crap. I used to do a fun build and fly day with both cub and boyscouts but now it’s illegal cause of reg and youth flier regs. Another end to the hobby.

  12. Albey FPV on July 31, 2020 at 8:28 am

    Thanks Bruce.

    I spent 3 hours this last weekend driving from park to park trying to find a spot to fly. I was quite happy when I found a spot that I would consider safe.

    All I want out of all of this is just to be able to rip any spot when it’s safe to do so.

  13. Stig Lindqvist on July 31, 2020 at 8:29 am

    Thank you for trying to get some common sense into the policies instead of media driven hysteria.

  14. Chris Braid on July 31, 2020 at 8:32 am

    I have a suspicion that back when early camera carrying drones first emerged, some clown pilot harassed some legislator, invading their privacy and embarrassing them. And all the new regulation attempts are a punitive kickback on that one clown. Sadly the legislation will probably hit the little owner when some heavy handed enforcer stomps on someone unaware of the regulations.

  15. DNowlan1 on July 31, 2020 at 8:34 am

    Bruce great work as always and the bike analogy was brilliant. Also as someone who rides a bike everyday – go knock yourself out with this analogy. It might be the only way to get through to these morons. Good hunting. Also with the points you covered I have nothing to add. Very thorough.

  16. Joshua C. on July 31, 2020 at 8:36 am

    Now I want to really mess with things by hauling my drone or model aircraft around with my bike.

  17. xiaoandy H. on July 31, 2020 at 8:37 am

    I agree and I hope there will be fair rules as an outcome. Next year there will be new rules with registration also in Singapore for every drone. I hope your effort leads to be the first country as a good example of how to regulate with both parties happy. We all have common sense.

  18. Eric Milewski on July 31, 2020 at 8:38 am

    Thanks for the video Bruce. Common sense seems to be in short supply eh?

  19. Annabel Noble on July 31, 2020 at 8:38 am

    I 100% support the new regs and hope that this is the model for the entire world. Drones need to be controlled because it one takes one bad apple to wreck the entire batch and that’s already happened.

  20. gavin jones on July 31, 2020 at 8:39 am

    Your are on the money with the rules.

  21. brad pierce on July 31, 2020 at 8:39 am

    Hey Bruce, the thing with registration is the authority is getting you to receive something from them "that they can then take away". I think that is the key factor in reg. The fact that they have something they can then "take away" from you if you misbehave. my 2 cents!

  22. 1sheinz on July 31, 2020 at 8:39 am

    So well said, Bruce. Every regulator in the world should be forced to watch this. There is no bull***t, no fabricated evidence or media blow up, that can repute what you bring forward in such a clear concise manner . The world will be watchin to see if new zealand takes your ideas to heart or follows the world view of drone regulation. CHEERS and good luck Steve h.

  23. dmwtech on July 31, 2020 at 8:40 am

    Thank You. You are doing a wonderful thing. Wish you were here in the USA. I do share your Videos with people that question the safety of my model multi rotor craft. Again thank you.

  24. G-Z-M on July 31, 2020 at 8:41 am

    The damn world has gone completely insane!!!!

  25. PropRotor Nut on July 31, 2020 at 8:41 am

    It will be a big heavy commercial drone that will bring down an airliner. Not our tiny little drones and RC airplanes. RC is not a crime! Thanks for all you do Bruce!

  26. Rob Logan on July 31, 2020 at 8:43 am

    100% agree 💯💯

  27. H2O- FPV on July 31, 2020 at 8:45 am

    Yes sounds very good to regulate . Like the video thank u.

  28. flagship1701e on July 31, 2020 at 8:48 am

    BRUCE, BRUCE, BRUCE……Ya need to learn Influencing Politics, Laws and Regulations 101.

    Step 1) Buy a powerful Drone that violates all the rules of Power, Frequency, Altitude, Noise etc. Name it "Ameri-drone"
    Step 2) Rig "Ameri-drone" to drop toxic, poisonous PCBs, Coal Tar, and sharp objects onto school yards of children (middle and working class only).
    Step 3) Rig "Ameri-drone" to explode on contact with any other object.
    Step 4) Send $100,000 re-election donation to national and local politicians and legislators.
    Step 5) Take purchased legislators to Las Vegas in Lear Jet and shower in Lap dances, alcohol, Caviar and massages by underage girls.
    Step 6) Slip copy of newer drone laws that legalize the "Ameri-drone" and add "Ameri-drone" to "preferred vendor" list.
    Step 7) Let stew for no more than 30 days on low heat.
    Step 8) Add $10,000 under high pressure for 24 hours.
    Step 9) Read about new, preferred "Ameri-drone" laws for government, military and public leisure use in National parks, public schools, Boy Scouts and Senior living facilities.
    Step 10) Check mail for 75% down payment check and $1Billion Government contract to build "Ameri-drone" factory.
    Steps 11) Cash check, Fly Drones, Return to Step 1

  29. Brian Percival on July 31, 2020 at 8:50 am

    Was that aircraft picture photo shopped? Collision Avoidance System CAS has been mandatory for quite a few years, not sure exactly, but was a result of planes colliding with each other killing hundreds. Those pilots would have heard alarms, and at a airport, sleeping controllers? Heads will roll. I’m a Canadian R/C pilot, models of all sorts, scale, sport, and a helicopter. I bought a drone and then Canada Drone Regulations. All the knowledge required to pass it gives pilots a tough time. WHY? You want a car license, you get a drivers handbook, has all you need to pass the tests. Where is the Drone Handbook, doesn’t exist. It takes a bit of skill to fly R/C but a drone? No skill required, GPS takes care of it, fly to this point, fly to that point, Follow Me, Fly a Perimeter. I just start and watch it. At 400 ft it is a small spec and can only see from what the video is showing me, press the land button, it returns to where it left from. No Skill required so why all the regulations? Common Sense, no flying in a populated park, no flying near an airport, agriculture crop dusting, I can hear and see it so not there. The hobby has taken a hit and people are not flying as much here in Canada, too regulated, fishing is on an upsurge. People are taking up trains in their basements. This is how to ruin the hobby flight industry.

  30. 6 t on July 31, 2020 at 8:50 am

    Look at the olympics. You have people throwing a heavy metal ball, and where it drops people are standing. What would happen if they got a spear, ball or whatever hit them. Much more dangerous than drones. And what about the RC car in olympic. Speeding around the whole stadium?What about golfballs, waterscooters, headinjuries from soccer( about 200000 every year) ? World is strange.

  31. Martin S on July 31, 2020 at 8:54 am

    I agree with you almost completely apart from the bicycle bit, it’s cars that kill cyclists.

  32. Cliff Barrimore on July 31, 2020 at 8:54 am

    I see it’s reported a 14 year old girl was killed by her iPhone exploding while being charged, not seen any outcry to ban iPhones..sorry for their loss of a child but shows how unsafe a phone can be …..

  33. alleycat19897 on July 31, 2020 at 8:54 am

    Similar regulations here in Brazil too. That’s too bad.

  34. flagship1701e on July 31, 2020 at 8:54 am

    BRUCE, BRUCE, BRUCE……Ya need to learn Influencing Politics, Laws and Regulations 101.

    Step 1) Buy a powerful Drone that violates all the rules of Power, Frequency, Altitude, Noise etc. Name it "Ameri-drone"
    Step 2) Rig "Ameri-drone" to drop toxic, poisonous PCBs, Coal Tar, and sharp objects onto school yards of children (middle and working class only).
    Step 3) Rig "Ameri-drone" to explode on contact with any other object.
    Step 4) Send $100,000 re-election donation to national and local politicians and legislators.
    Step 5) Take purchased legislators to Las Vegas in Lear Jet and shower in Lap dances, alcohol, Caviar and massages by underage girls.
    Step 6) Slip copy of newer drone laws that legalize the "Ameri-drone" and add "Ameri-drone" to "preferred vendor" list.
    Step 7) Let stew for no more than 30 days on low heat.
    Step 8) Add $10,000 under high pressure for 24 hours.
    Step 9) Read about new, preferred "Ameri-drone" laws for government, military and public leisure use in National parks, public schools, Boy Scouts and Senior living facilities.
    Step 10) Check mail for 75% down payment check and $1Billion Government contract to build "Ameri-drone" factory.
    Steps 11) Cash check, Fly Drones, Return to Step 1

  35. The Hillbilly Piper on July 31, 2020 at 8:55 am

    Government draconian laws ruin everything fun around the world !!!

  36. Jonathan Simon on July 31, 2020 at 8:57 am

    I agree with you, mountains north carolina

  37. Dave H on July 31, 2020 at 8:57 am

    Bruce this just in.
    https://youtu.be/6oPD-R5DIHQ

  38. Wesley Shirley on July 31, 2020 at 8:58 am

    in reference to 34:41 check out Virginia tech in the US. they just started drone deliveries with Walgreens and a couple other companies.

  39. billabong123321 on July 31, 2020 at 8:59 am

    Keep up the good work Bruce behind you 110%

  40. kyzafpv on July 31, 2020 at 8:59 am

    In Australia FPV freestyle = criminal
    When there is no reasonable outlet the community goes underground
    No freestyle drone pilot I know of will register their drone or follow any other CASA regulations

  41. mountaindewdude76 on July 31, 2020 at 9:01 am

    Hey Bruce….have you seen this insane video of a military jet in Australia?

    https://www.facebook.com/UNILADTech/videos/513795939411711/

  42. Buffalo Man on July 31, 2020 at 9:01 am

    I fly rc with the military and civilian aircraft overhead and theyre about 3000’agl it seems, maybe less. Niagara Falls Air Base/International Airport is just down the street and we’re under the wide pattern. I’m surprised its legal. I fly civilian aircraft myself out of Niagara and never knew these rc guys were down there until I joined their club lol. Our club is on state land in a state park…

  43. Paul Mark Moffat on July 31, 2020 at 9:01 am

    I might as well get a pilot’s license and fly a plane instead

  44. Martin Kupka on July 31, 2020 at 9:04 am

    I really appreciate your comments and explanations although I´m living pretty far from NZ. Situation is almost the same here. So I absolutely agree with you.  But unfortunately I think it´s absolutely useless to argue seriously about drones with authorities. It´s more about the general intentions and abillities of polititians. At least here polititians do even help fire up hysteria about many things to create a "public climate" which makes it easier to gain more power, more control over population and, last not least, to get more money from punishments fees and unjustified taxes. So dear dog owners, dear bikers, dear cyclists, etc., etc., please don´t let the rainbow press do the thinking for you. Before applauding too much to restrictions for model pilots, please keep in mind: You will be next.

  45. flagship1701e on July 31, 2020 at 9:06 am

    BRUCE, BRUCE, BRUCE……Ya need to learn Influencing Politics, Laws and Regulations 101.
    Step 1) Buy a powerful Drone that violates all the rules of Power, Frequency, Altitude, Noise etc. Name it "Ameri-drone"
    Step 2) Rig "Ameri-drone" to drop toxic, poisonous PCBs, Coal Tar, and sharp objects onto school yards of children (middle and working class only).
    Step 3) Rig "Ameri-drone" to explode on contact with any other object. (Built-in obsolescence and plausible deniability).
    Step 4) Send $100,000 re-election donation to national and local politicians and legislators.
    Step 5) Take purchased legislators to Las Vegas in Lear Jet and shower in Lap dances, alcohol, Caviar and massages by underage girls.
    Step 6) Slip copy of newer drone laws that legalize the "Ameri-drone" and add "Ameri-drone" to "preferred vendor" list into freshly lubricated legislators’ pocket..
    Step 7) Let stew for no more than 30 days on low heat.
    Step 8) Add $10,000 under high pressure for 24 hours.
    Step 9) Read about new, preferred "Ameri-drone" laws for government, military and public leisure use in National parks, public schools, Boy Scouts and Senior living facilities.
    Step 10) Check mail for 75% down payment check and $1Billion Government contract to build "Ameri-drone" factory.
    Steps 11) Cash check, Fly Drones, Return to Step 4
    100% effective for car makers, drug companies, oil producers and Russian Oligarchs. Why not Drones?

  46. Sune Olsson on July 31, 2020 at 9:07 am

    here in sweden also,,, but we must pay 1000 Dollar a year,, an
    insurance its not soo expency,, 90 dollar a year,,, best regards from Cold Good Old Sweden

  47. Bob Lewis on July 31, 2020 at 9:12 am

    It’s not the responsible drone flyers that are the problem. It’s the morons who act like hooligans, who either ignore, or don’t have ANY, common sense!

    Pop pooing the idea of a drone or drones bringing down one or more airliners is NOT far fetched. Never mind a straightforward engine induction of a large number of metal parts such as four motors and or aluminium struts which in itself would be way more dangerous than a bird strike injestion but what if it also carried say 1 kg of Plastique? An easy task for many of today’s larger drones. The consequences could be catastrophic.

    The UK already has strict CAA laws re the flying of drones but they are often ignored or even unknown by naive, idiotic, lunatic and wholly irresponsible moronic drone purchasers/flyers. Much more legislation and policing is required globally and long may the authorities continue in their efforts to police the activity properly!

    In the hands of twats they are potentially lethal, not to mention a terrorist’s cheapest, most accurate weapon platform.

  48. Dave Hannington on July 31, 2020 at 9:12 am

    Angelo Kelly family

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