This is the best video I have seen so far – clear and easy instructions on checking your drone for compliance, and what to do if it is not.
DJI wants governments to require Remote ID for drones, but the FAA has proposed a complex, expensive, and intrusive system that would make it harder to use drones in America, and that jeopardizes the success of the Remote ID initiative. Instead, we support a simpler, easier, and free version of Remote ID that doesn’t need a cellular connection or a service subscription. Read on to discover why the future of drone innovation in America is at risk – and how you can make your voice heard between now and the FAA’s March 2 deadline for submitting comments on the official government website.
Burciaga’s drone flew more than two miles at an altitude just above 450 feet. It landed just feet away from an active runway at McCarran International Airport. McCarran workers found the drone and it was handed over to Las Vegas police. The FAA then launched an investigation. They traced the drone back to Burciaga …