No registration camera
Registration required agreeing to FAA safety guidelines, and without it, new users can open a box and fly an aircraft with no knowledge of safety precautions. Should drone operators be required to register their aircraft, or should the skies be a free-for-all outside of clearly stated rules, like the prohibition of operation near an airport? The final camera-ready manuscript of your paper should account for all the critical reviewers’ feedback.The FAA has pledged to seek out a way to reinstate required certification for all drone operators in the name of public safety.On May 19th, the FAA said in a press release, “We are carefully reviewing the U. Court of Appeals decision as it relates to drone registrations.All road traffic cameras can detect unregistered and uninsured vehicles on South Australian roads, this is in addition to police traffic enforcement.If an unregistered and uninsured vehicle is detected by a traffic camera more than once, there's an allowance of seven days from the first camera detection before a fine would be issued – so the owner can be notified by mail about the offence.Detailed instructions can be found at: Latex users can add following lines just before begin for the copyright notice to show up (shown below as an example for the fourth case above): \IEEEoverridecommandlockouts \IEEEpubid MSWord users can use: ‘Insert’ ➝ ‘Text box’, insert the appropriate copyright notice in the textbox, and place the box (without border) at the bottom left on the first page.Once properly inserted, the copyright notice should appear on the first page of your manuscript as illustrated below.
Also please be advised that your manuscript should strictly comply with the very same paper template specified at the submission phase.
Otherwise, please request permission from the TPC and your Track, Workshop or Special-Session Co-Chairs that your final camera-ready paper be identified so for eligibility to the IEEE PIMRC 2017 Best Student Paper Awards.
If you have any other question about the revisions of your final manuscript’s content or registration info on EDAS, please submit it to the TPC and your Track, Workshop or Special-Session Co-Chairs.
Should you need to change the title or the abstract to account for such comments, then please request approval from both the TPC and your Track, Workshop or Special-Session Co-Chairs before proceeding with such changes.
Should you have forgotten to list on the EDAS registration page of your paper a co-author clearly identified so in your review manuscript’s PDF, please report the issue both to the TPC and your Track, Workshop or Special-Session Co-Chairs and request permission to have the missing name added on EDAS.