Check out this video from Greg from the Pilot Institute about the Remote ID for Drones sh!t storm that is brewing on the horizon. See video at the end of the article.

What is Remote ID for Drones?

Remote ID (RID) is the ability of a drone in flight to provide identification and location information that can be received by other parties, it states on the FAA website.

Remote ID for Drones will apply to all people flying drones in the United States. There are only two exemptions:

  1. You operate a drone recreationally that weighs less than 250 grams.
  2. You exclusively fly your drone at an FRIA.

“Basically, if your drone needs to be registered with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), then you need to have Remote ID. That is basically the bottom line,” Greg says at the beginning of the video.

How to comply with Remote ID for Drones?

How to comply with Remote ID for Drones as described in 14 CFR Part 89 (April 2021)?

Here are the three options to comply with…