Is this the end off Arial Panorama in Sweden ❓
What is next here in Sweden it seems to be the end off 360 Arial Panorama 😰 and 360 Arial Video ❓
You may need to apply for a distribution license
If, after all, you are going to distribute or publish material you filmed or photographed under one
flight, for example in social media, on websites or the like, you may need one
distribution permit issued by Lantmäteriet
utilization wheel / Dispersion condition /. If you accidentally spread material with sensitive
information, you risk punishment. If you violate the law on protection of geographical information can
you get a fine or imprisonment for up to a year. Keep in mind that you can not store material that is
confidential on cloud services, as the companies that own them can have access to
the content. Then it is classified as spread.
2 Replies to “Is this the end off Arial Panorama in Sweden ❓”
Yes The trend to regulate aerial photography globally is very troubling.
Svend Nielsen your blog is very interesting.😄 The trend to regulate aerial photography globally is very troubling. Here in Australia the regulations have tightened up considerably, but the arguments are mainly about safety. The question about privacy from the sky and distribution rights is troubling for aerial photographers. How do they handle Google Earth imagery?
This question of “spying” is also relevant here, even with Gigapixel panos captured from towers. I check every pano carefully to make sure there are no naked people suntanning!
It is tough enough to comply with regulations about where we are allowed to launch drones and where we are allowed to fly them, without this extra problem of confidentiality and distribution.