字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント What I want to understand is the regulatory environment around all of this as well, because the FAA has been doing a lot to help try and ensure drones coming in a safe and standardized way. What are they doing in terms of potentially hurting humans? Well, right now the FAA, the Federal Aviation Administration, is trying to write the first basic rules that allow widespread flights over human beings, over crowds of people. The rules are a little bit on the haul. They are trying to figure out how to deal with security concerns, like how does the police know whether a drone is legal to be over a crowd or not. And it's also caught up in the Trump administration's go slow approach on new regulations, but they are working feverishly to come up with these standards right now. And in terms of how the researchers are helping aligning themselves to where the standard might be set. I mean I can think of the big companies that want it. If Amazon is gonna be delivering your football shirt to you in the crowd, you're gonna need to be able to ensure that it's allowed. What are the researchers doing to ensure that they don't hurt us? Well the whole point of this research is, you know this is such a new industry, people don't know what is gonna happen if in the worst case scenario. You know when you have millions of these consumer drones being sold to people, what happens if one falls out of the sky and hits a child in the head? So what they are trying to do with these tests is to figure out what the parameters are, and then once they do that, as we heard in the video, then they can start try to figure out mitigation, put padding on, cover the propellers, build a mat of materials that break apart so they don't hurt as much when they impact, etc. That's really the point of the research right now. Have there been any incident or accident that are hurting people this such or it's pretty minimal thus far ? You know it's hard get the handle on the actual numbers, but if you go out on YouTube and online there are really scores of cases. There was a tragic story in the U.K. last year, or the year before, which a toddler lost an eye You know, there are a lot of them out there.