A high-level task force is calling on North American regulatory authorities to expedite rules requiring that unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) be able to provide identification information to others on the ground. The Remote ID requirement is a “critical component” of efforts to detect and identify drones near airports, the task force said in a July 12 interim report. Without such a requirement, FAA and Transport Canada “are unable to accomplish other regulatory ...

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