Jetpacks. The problem for civil aviation?
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Jetpacks. The problem for civil aviation?

Jetpacks. The problem for civil aviation?


Not so long ago, information appeared that the world's first jetpack, which allows a person to take off into the air, will go on sale in 2016. Of course, this news definitely delighted most of the world's population, however, it is possible that such an ill-considered decision to launch jetpacks into mass production will bring a lot of problems.



First of all, it is worth noting that the idea of ​​flying with a jetpack will certainly attract very many, however, in reality, at the moment there are absolutely no regulated rules for the operation of this device - the situation in a year or two will resemble the situation with unmanned aerial vehicles, which have already become a real headache for most countries. A person, climbing into the sky using a jetpack, will probably want to test all its capabilities, and given that this can bring problems to civil aviation, it is likely that it is worth thinking about creating special rules and regulations for flights.



The first thing that the developers of jetpacks themselves should think about is the creation of special sensors that would allow the pilot to warn about being near the aircraft. Moreover, the sensor itself must be adapted to the jetpack control system - in the event of a danger of approaching, the automatic program should reduce the thrust of jet streams to a minimum, thereby securing both the pilot and the civil aviation. The current problem is quite solvable, however, it should be worked out in advance in order to prevent emergencies that usually end in victims and victims.



In addition, for certain it is to impose restrictions on flights to jetpacks (dzhetpakah) in the vicinity of airports and airfields, as it will bear a definite threat to civil aviation. Also, do not forget that jetpacks will be able to raise man in the air at a fairly high altitude and therefore reappears threat to aviation funds, which is why should carefully consider this issue by putting limits on the rise.

Of course, the jetpack, presented by Yves Rossi, and this is the device goes on sale in 2016 year, is designed for use exclusively with the other flying means or else for the flight to high-rise buildings, however, pre-designed measures will allow in the future to avoid potential problems, especially when it comes to universal accessibility.


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