DJI, the world’s top civilian drone and creative camera technology firm, is committed to keeping its customers informed about their compliance with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) remote identification (Remote ID) regulation.

The Remote ID regulation is all about a drone’s ability to send out its identification and location while flying. The FAA wants this system in place to increase overall awareness, manage the airspace efficiently, ensure compliance, and assist law enforcement.

According to the FAA, from September 16, 2023, any drone pilot who needs to register their Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) must follow this remote ID rule.

Since September 16, 2022, all DJI drones, including Mavic 3 Pro, Mavic 3 Classic, Inspire 3, and DJI Mini 3, come with built-in Remote ID.

If you’re a drone pilot using other, older DJI models, here’s how you can comply with the remote ID rule:

  • Firstly, you can update your drone’s firmware. Many of DJI’s latest…