DroneTag – solution to UAS Remote Identification Rule

Published: 21.03.2023 Related countries:  U.S.A. U.S.A.

Czech company DroneTag has an answer to FAA's mandatory remote ID requirements for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), that are going into effect by the end of summer 2023.

FAA is committed to integrating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System (NAS). Safety and security are top priorities for the FAA, and remote Identification (remote ID) of drones is crucial to FAA’s integration efforts.

The final rule on remote ID requires drones operating in US airspace to have remote ID capability. The final rule was published in the Federal Register on January 15, 2021, and will take effect 30 months after publication. By the end of Summer 2023, remote ID will be mandatory for all qualifying drones in the United States.

Czech company DroneTag is designing Remote ID devices DroneTag’s portfolio of products includes the DroneTag Mini, the DroneTag Beacon, and the DroneTag DRI. Beacon and Mini are remote ID devices allowing for real-time Remote Identification, which can be attached to existing drones, while DRI is geared toward drone manufacturers.

Source: faa.gov ; dronetag.cz

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