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  • How does Ruko divide the no-fly zone? no-fly
    Ruko is divided into sensitive no-fly zones, common no-fly zones, and temporary no-fly zones based on local laws and regulations, which do not represent local regulatory requirements and administrative authorization. Please check and strictly abide by local laws and regulations before using the drone to fly.
  • In what environment is it recommended to fly no-fly
    In addition to the no-fly zone, choose an outdoor open area without obstacles to fly, and stay away from dense residential areas, industrial areas, and strong magnetic field environments.
  • Is the drone itself reminded of relevant local aviation regulations? no-fly
    Not yet, Ruko can only list common no-fly zones. It is the responsibility of each user to consult with official agencies on flight issues and confirm specific laws and regulations related to flight.
  • Do I need to apply for authorization to fly in the no-fly zone? no-fly
    Currently, the common no-fly zones listed by Ruko do not have the mandatory no-fly function. If users use it in these environments, they need to check the relevant local regulations and take responsibility by themselves. Users are requested to fly with caution.
  • Will Ruko use the GEO system to identify no-fly zones in the future? no-fly
    Ruko is already trying to develop a similar GEO no-fly zone.
  • What should I do if I enter the no-fly zone by mistake during the flight? no-fly
    Do not take pictures or videos in the no-fly zone, and return to the drone urgently.
  • In the no-fly zone, drones cannot take off or fly normally. what is the reason? no-fly
    a. GPS signal shielding or electronic equipment shielding may occur in national special protection areas. b. Dams, nuclear power plants, railway stations, airports, and other areas will affect the normal use of drones due to strong magnetic field interference.