Flyability remote id compliance Elios 3Flyability Releases Remote ID Compliant Version of its Elios 3

by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby

Indoor drone solution provider Flyability has announced the release of a new version of its Elios 3 drone. This updated model is in full compliance with FAA regulations regarding UAS Remote Identification. The final rule on Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft on the Federal Register requires that all drone pilots required to register their UAS per FAA requirements must also begin to operate their aircraft in accordance with the Remote ID ruling by September 16, 2023. Last year, building compliant drones became a requirement for manufacturers.

Flyability’s products are primarily designed for indoor use, an area not covered by FAA regulation. As a temporary solution to this issue, the company began manufacturing drones that were restricted to indoor use.

The release of the Elios 3 has majorly increased the use cases for Flyability’s drones, several of which…