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How You Fly Determines Where You Stand: A RID Comparative

Updated: Apr 27

New year, new remote identification (RID) rule. In some respects, the final rule looks a lot different from the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM); in other ways, not so much. The saying goes, “Where you sit determines where you stand.” In the case of RID, how you fly—and who you are—does as well. So, how does RID look, as it has evolved, through the lens of impacted stakeholders?

Topics: remote identification, Drone Service Providers, Operators, Security Agencies, Hobby drones, Recreational drones, Foreign-Registered Drones, Designers, Producers

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