Elsight asserts that, As the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market has expanded rapidly in recent years, so too has the number of drones entering national airspaces for both commercial and recreational purposes.
With the skies are becoming increasingly crowded, aviation authorities have come under pressure to create regulations and systems that will allow the drone industry to continue its accelerated growth while maintaining high levels of safety.
The main challenges are thus: minimizing the risk of collision between manned and unmanned aircraft, and providing a workable level of traceability and accountability in the event of a breach of rules or an accident.
Both the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), as well as other jurisdictions around the world, have settled on Remote ID as the solution.
In the full article on its website, Elsight discusses:
- Remote ID: A Brief Planner
- Basic FAA & EASA Remote ID Requirements
- Other Similarities and Differences
- The Future of Remote ID and UTM
- Remote ID and Cellular Communications with Elsight and Halo
Elsight concludes that Remote ID has been designed to improve safety and reduce critical incidents as drones continue to populate civil and commercial airspace around the world.
In addition to satisfying the concerns of aviation authorities and law enforcement, it will also accelerate the integration of more complex operations such as BVLOS flights and drone-based deliveries, allowing the industry to evolve further.
The company also goes on to answer Frequently Asked Questions; visit the Elsight website for the full article or to find out more.