The FAA has postponed the release of a draft rulemaking for remote identification of drones by two months until December, delaying definition of a means of identifying small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) from the ground that is considered essential to expanding their use. According to the U.S. Transportation Department’s monthly report on significant rulemakings, the FAA expects to publish the Remote ID notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on Dec. 20, with a comment period running ...

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