FAA Builds Industry Rulemaking Committee for Remote UAS Identification

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has created a new aviation rulemaking committee dedicated to helping the agency identify the owners of rogue unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

According to a news update from the FAA, because there are not yet any “established requirements or voluntary standards for electrically broadcasting information to identify an unmanned aircraft while it’s in the air,” the agency has brought together a “diverse variety” of stakeholders to help come up with standards to address the issue …


Unmanned Aerial | June 22, 2017

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