DJI Phantom 4 RTK and Mavic 2 Enterprise series drone users are finally getting the much-awaited firmware update that adds support for Remote ID in the United States.

Remote ID, as you likely know, is a feature that enables a drone in flight to provide its identification and location information to other parties. The FAA likens it to a “digital license plate” for a drone. Most drones operating in the US airspace are required by law to have this capability because federal agencies need a mechanism to locate the operator when a drone appears to be flying in an unsafe manner or where it is not allowed to fly.

DJI has already brought most of its latest drones into compliance through firmware upgrades, but updates for some enterprise and consumer models are still in the works.

More DJI drones receive Remote ID firmware update

Aircraft firmware v02.02.0616 is now available to download for Phantom 4 RTK, while Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced operators…