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Remote ID Lawsuit Interview with Plaintiff and Attorney

Last night, Dawn Zoldi interviewed Plaintiff Tyler Brennan and Atty Jonathan Rupprecht in their first interview since filing “RaceDayQuads.com v. Federal Aviation Administration,” the first Remote ID lawsuit challenging the newly published rule. Dotting I’s and Crossing T’s – The FAA Remote ID Lawsuit By: Dawn M.K. Zoldi, Guest Contributor  BREAKING NEWS! …

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Remote ID Patent Granted to Oregon R&D Firm

A patent for Remote ID systems has been granted to Kenji Sugahara: Drone Advisory Committee member, CEO/President of the Drone Service Providers Alliance, and CEO of Oregon-based Ariascend drone research and development company. By DRONELIFE Staff Writer Jim Magill With the Federal Aviation Administration’s recent release of the final rule …

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Remote Identification of Unmanned Systems: Op-Ed

Following the publication of the final rule on remote identification for drones last week, the industry has voiced opinions both for and against the concept of Remote ID as well as the actual rule.  DRONELIFE is honored to publish this joint op-ed from two of the industry’s leading voices: AUVSI …

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Kittyhawk on network requirement for remote ID

The final rule was published last week, and the elimination of the network requirement for Remote ID has been both lauded and criticized.  Drone industry thought leader and Kittyhawk CEO Jonathan Hegranes has written a thoughtful response to the new rule. Kittyhawk has also published a ​whitepaper​ on Remote ID, providing …

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Remote ID for Drones Final Rule Released

The FAA has released the Remote ID for Drones final rule along with a rule on operations over people and moving vehicles, and night operations.  The long-awaited publications will clarify the details of Remote ID, and allow stakeholders from the commercial and recreational drone communities to begin to prepare for implementation – …

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