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Remote ID for Safe Drone Operations

Feature Article by Rafał Słoń at Aerobits

In this article, Aerobits discusses the use of Remote ID in the drone industry, noting how the company’s idME family of products can enable safe and secure flight.


Aviation is an exciting and dynamic industry. The best evidence of this is the fact that we are ahead in the upcoming evolution in the drone industry. New regulations regarding identification of drones to which drone operators need to adopt have been issued and they are just around the corner. Fortunately, Aerobits has already got the solutions for that. 

The main mission of Aerobits is to develop safety in the airspace. Thanks to our products, our Customers can manage and monitor the airspace. Aerobits has worked on identification technology for many years, having huge know-how and experience in this area. 

According to FAA division of Remote ID, our products fit in Direct Remote Identification regarding add-on modules and devices, which require from UAS to local broadcast of information about the airborne vehicle, so that this information can be received by other parties locally.

Aerobits Remote ID

At the moment, Aerobits fulfills the requirements of ASTM and ASD_STAN for add-on versions of Remote ID modules.

The biggest advantages of Aerobits Direct Remote ID devices are:

 

Today drones are everywhere, increasing airspace congestion and changing the aviation airspace system. That is why the authorities require the regulation of drone operations. Therefore, the FAA issued new regulations, with the 16th of September 2023 being the final date for drone operators in the USA to comply with Remote Identification.

In general, the main goal of Remote ID is to provide safe and secure airspace and to protect it. Drone pilots need to be responsible for safety and thanks to our solutions – idME family products – they can fly safe with their drones. 

Moreover, drone pilots can still enjoy flying their drones while using our idME modules and being sure they comply with Remote ID regulations. Thanks to Aerobits solutions it is really very easy to comply with those rules. Drone operators don’t need to worry about Remote ID regulations which are coming, because Aerobits already has solutions for that.

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