In Kuwait, A draft passed regulating drones understudy
An outline law placing strict ordinances for owning drones is under study at the Kuwaiti National Assembly.
Presented by pretending chairman Isa Al Kandari, the bill seeks to regulate the possession and use of drones to specific economic, trade and sports sectors, in enhancement to systematic research.
The recommended legislation forbids drones measuring more than 150 grams and furnished with the Geospatial Position System (GPS) or electric pilot.
Drones provided with normal or thermal imaging methods would also be banned. Licensed drones shall not fly for more than 100 meters nor shall be ready to propose more than five meters above the ground. It would also be forbidden to load drones with unspecified type of devices.
Violators would be sentenced from three to seven years and fined up to KD100,000. Those who use drones for terrorist tenacities would be imprisoned for life or capital penalty in case of disasters as an aggravating administrator, as per Al Qabas.