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3, 2, 1—Done! Remote ID Rule is Final

Updated: Apr 27

Four days before the new year, after 53,000 public comments on the draft rule and almost one year after the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) launch, the waiting is over. The Federal Aviation Administration has released its final Remote Identification (RID) Rule. Inside Unmanned Systems received an advance copy of the 499-page document, and here’s a summary of the new rule.

Topics: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, NPRM, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, Remote Identification, RID, Code of Federal Regulations, CFRs, Standard RID, RID Broadcast Module, Federally Recognized Identification Areas, FRIAs,

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