The drone industry representatives which include drone manufacturers and supporters of model aircraft are not happy with the FAA’s regulation which aimed at remote detection of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Industry players consider laws to be burdensome and suppose that regulations will cause instability in the long run.

Vice-president of DJI, Brendan Schulman, emphasized that new laws have negative consequences for the industry such as the increase in costs.

Drone pilots and commercial organizations must give their opinions concerning the FAA’s drone rules by the end of February.