Today, drones are used commercially for a broad range of use cases in almost every industry, from agriculture to real estate, as well as to support public safety and government operations.
This increase in numbers comes with an inflation of collision risk – with people, property, other UAVs, or with manned aircraft.
In order to prevent the drone industry from stagnating, new technologies are required that would enhance situational awareness for everyone sharing the airspace, as well as providing a method of implementing traceability and accountability for operators in the case of an accident, breach of regulations, or other unsafe incident.
Led by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with support from industry and standards bodies, Remote ID was developed as a solution to these issues.
Elsight’s discussion continues throughout the article, including:
- Initial implementations of Remote ID
- Network Remote ID vs Broadcast Remote ID
- Network Remote ID for unmanned traffic management
- Network Remote ID in the EU
- Satisfying Remote ID requirements with Elsight’s Halo
The company finishes by answering some frequently asked questions about Remote ID.
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