WASHINGTON—A high-level task force convened to address the challenge of drone incursions at U.S. and Canadian airports is calling on regulatory authorities to expedite rules that drones be capable of being identified from the ground. As detailed in a 32-page interim report released by the task force July 12, the so-called Remote ID requirement is a “critical component” of planned efforts to detect and identify drones near airports.  Without such a requirement, the FAA ...

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