As a reminder, recreational fliers will need to comply with Remote ID requirements starting September 16, 2023. There are three ways to comply:
- Standard Remote ID
- Adding a broadcast module to your aircraft
- Flying at an FAA-Recognized Identification Area (FRIA)
Many operators who plan to use the broadcast module option are wondering when they will be able to purchase one in order to be ready for that September 16, 2023, compliance date. There are a few broadcast modules currently available:
- uAvionix pingRID module
- Dronetag Beacon and Dronetag Mini
- Drone Defence AeroPing module
- BlueMark DroneBeacon modules 1, 2, and 3
There are still many months before you will need to comply with the Remote Identification rule. AMA expects additional modules will be available before the September deadline, and hopes a more cost-efficient solution will be available soon. We will continue to monitor the release of new broadcast modules and keep our membership informed.
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