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The FAA Issues ‘Remote ID’ Proposal For Drones

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At the International Civil Aviation Organization’s Drone Enable conference in November, DJI demonstrated a Wi-Fi-based “drone-to-phone” remote-identification system using an off-the-shelf Mavic 2 Enterprise quadcopter with a custom firmware update and commercial smartphones running a custom application.
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Years in development, the draft regulation would require small drones to send identification and positional data to the ground.

 

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