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Drones in Mexico

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chris skinner
November 2, 2022 · joined the group.
chris skinner
Nov 02, 2022

YOU CAN in the Micro catagory SUB 250 Gram. Also, Here is a translated version of the regulations. It's a mess, but in short if you are under 250 grams your good to fly following recreational guidelines as expressed by the representative in an email I received from SCT.GOB.MX.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HPzgiVqWooy8U-ln4dnLBaVUPVrdSh3E/view?usp=sharing

I wrote a letter to the representative of the AFAC. Here is his reply.


Good afternoon, if the drone is for recreational use and is less than 250 grams if it can operate and therefore as a foreigner.


However, you must observe the restrictions and limitations indicated in the aforementioned standard. The link is attached for review and compliance.


http://www.sct.gob.mx/fileadmin/DireccionesGrales/DGAC-archivo/modulo2/nom-107-sct3-2019-201119.pdf

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Matthieu  Decamps
April 14, 2021 · joined the group.

Hi,

My name is Elisa Serafinelli. I work as a Research Fellow at the University of Sheffield (UK). I am currently working on a research project titled Drones in Visual Culture: Developing a New Theory of Visual Mobile Communication funded by AHRC Research Council. Lauren O'Hagan is working with me on the project.

I am writing this post as we are looking for drone users to take part in this study. Taking part in this study will give participants the opportunity to display their work in a drone visuals exhibition in June 2021 (if they wish).


If you are interested please contact me at e.serafinelli@sheffield.ac.uk.

Your collaboration will make a strong contribution to the study of drones in society.

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