An eight-rotor remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) that crashed while providing coverage of the International Cricket Council World Cup Final in Melbourne, Victoria, this spring may have been overcome by radio frequency interference from broadcast telecommunications facilities, mobile broadcast vehicles and cell phones from the more than 93,000 attendees of the event. In a final report on the March 29, 2015, incident, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) does not issue any ...


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