It’s like ground effect but the opposite process lolThis is a good illustration of why you should not fly close under something like a leafy branch that can flex and get sucked down, or something solid like a ceiling that will cause the quad to get sucked up to it. It may be why so many under-bridge excursions end with the quad raising up and hitting the bridge.
Great point! Releasing of Balloons will need Part 108-B, section 3.2.1 and Authorization by the FAA. Safety measures need to be in place because of engine failure due to rubber/string being sucked into the engines, yea can't be good! Next birthday you better have that 110-B or release those balloons 5 miles away from the nearest airport! Next time a non certified 108-B does this I'm going straight to the Cop'pers!Often wondered what would be the outcome if aircraft would run into them. It couldn't be good.
So is it safe to assume you believe that a sUAS couldn't do any damage to a manned aircraft?That was fun
It's hard to reconcile how a drone could be taken down so easily by a series of mishaps with a collection of pink balloons, and yet this same drone is capable of wreaking havoc in the nations air space.