In a Forbes post, aeronautics and technology professor John Goglia stresses that more education of hobby flyers is needed rather than implementing more excessive drone regulations. "Most importantly though, more education of hobby flyers is needed, especially new flyers. Leaders of commercial drone companies would do well to focus on how to ensure new flyers are aware of existing drone rules and safe flying practices, not only to protect the safety of the aviation system but to encourage young people into the aviation industry. Hobby flying for students remains a gateway to careers in aviation. Surely it will be a gateway to the commercial drone industry. Those of us who care about the future of aviation, need to make sure that model aircraft flying - whether in traditional model aircraft or drones - remains an attractive pursuit."
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