USNATEK provides commercial drone-based solutions in different Industries like Mining, Oil & Gas, Roads, Railways, etc. While flying Drone it becomes important for an organization to maintain the privacy of others.
Because of the social and legal consequences of such intrusions, developers now put attention on privacy-protecting systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. Drones can cause privacy harms as they can possibly invade people’s private space, and accidentally expose them by processing personal data against their will. Additionally, privacy violations can occur through the unsuspecting collection of information concerning random citizens without any purpose, simply due to constant video recording while flying
The privacy while flying the drone can be done in the following ways:
- Let People Know Before You Start Your Flying: Now a day it is not possible to inform the common man in the area where we are flying drone but in the coming time we can assume that it will be easier. But in the present situation, we can start working on any project by just informing the local Administrative Offices.
- Consider Your Surroundings: If you are recording images beyond your home, a drone may intrude on the privacy of others where they expect their privacy to be respected (such as in their back garden). It is unlikely that you would want a drone to be hovering outside your window so be considerate to others and don’t hover outside theirs.
- Plan Your Flight: Drone’s battery life is likely to be short. By understanding its capabilities, we will be able to make the best use of its flight and it will be easier to plan how to avoid entering the privacy of other people.
- Keep You & Your Drone in View: You won’t want to lose it, and if you are clearly visible then it will be easier for members of the public to know that you are the person responsible for the drone.