El Paso, Texas, has taken a proactive step to ensure the safety and regulation of drone activity within its airspace by implementing a sophisticated drone identification system, well ahead of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Remote ID mandate.

The city has adopted a networked Remote Identification system (Remote ID), which serves as a crucial security tool for governments, enabling the identification and tracking of drones flying near critical infrastructure or in restricted zones.

El Paso has now set up a Remote ID system to monitor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) within and beyond a 500-square mile radius of El Paso International Airport’s airspace, as reported by the El Paso Herald-Post.

Network Remote ID

Aviation Director Sam Rodriguez expressed pride in this achievement to the Herald-Post, saying, “El Paso’s accomplishment in implementing the first fully networked Remote ID system, going beyond the [Federal Aviation Administration’s] broadcast ID…


Source: dronexl.co