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UTM Service Providers unite to push Remote ID forward

UTM Service Providers unite to push Remote ID forward

As rulemaking on Remote ID continues to be delayed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), key industry players are working on a solution to safely integrate more drones into National Airspace (NAS). On September 12th, in San Bruno, California, a live...

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Remote ID rulemaking pushed back again

Remote ID rulemaking pushed back again

Remote ID is the concept that like automobiles, drones should have a license plate. Given the altitude in which they typically operate, a digital system needs to be implemented. Widespread adoption would open up the ability for flights beyond visual line of site...

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Kittyhawk and the FAA release new version of the B4UFly app

Kittyhawk and the FAA release new version of the B4UFly app

National Airspace is a complex system to navigate and given the range of people who operate drones, anywhere from professional-level operators to kids flying for the first time, the need for up-to-date, accurate information is necessary to keep everyone safe. At the...

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