Final rules for drone remote identification (remote ID) and drone operations over people went into effect on Wednesday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The rules were unveiled in December 2020 and were originally supposed to take effect on March 10 but were delayed amid a ...

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced the final effective date of April 21, 2021, for drone remote identification (Remote ID), operations over people, moving vehicles, and night flight rules to go into effect after unveiling the rules in December 2020.  The FAA’s notice of ...

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) might be able to release remote identification (ID) service for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in December, Steve Dickson, FAA administrator, said Wednesday during the virtual UAS Summit & Expo. The remote ID system, a foundational component of ...

The Federal Aviation Administration is planning to have remote ID service for drones — a foundational component of integrating unmanned aircraft into the national airspace — up and running by sometime next year, according to documents viewed by Defense Daily. Earlier this month, the FAA chose ...

Members of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Drone Advisory Committee unanimously approved recommendations for the agency to consider regarding remote identification and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) security issues, which were highlighted by a recent Blue Ribbon Task Force report on ...