The FAA and NASA plan to conduct a new phase of drone traffic management testing. In a Nov. 5 message on Twitter, the FAA said the second phase of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Traffic Management (UTM) Pilot Program (UPP) will test technologies to remotely identify drones in high-density airspace. Development of so-called Remote ID technology is considered essential to allowing expanded drone operations. The agencies have scheduled an industry workshop on Dec. 9 at NASA’s Ames ...

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