AirWarden drone detectionAeroDefense Announces Remote ID Integration for Detection Systems, New Remote ID Receiver

by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby

AeroDefense has announced Remote ID integration for its AirWarden™ drone and pilot detection system, as well as the new AirWarden Remote ID Receiver: a compact and affordable Remote ID broadcast receiver. Under the Federal Aviation Administration’s Remote ID rule, flying drones are required to broadcast identification and location information that can be received by anyone. Newly manufactured drones are currently required to comply with this rule, while existing drones will need to do so by September 2023.

How it works:

A member of the Smart Airport and Aviation Partnership’s (SAAP) first flightPlan Aviation Accelerator cohort, AeroDefense developed the AirWarden Remote ID Receiver with the assistance of a research grant from the SAAP with the Atlantic County Economic…