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Remote ID Update - Deadline Extended to March 16, 2024


Compliance Status - Dronelogix's fleet is fully compliant with the FAA Remote ID rule.


The FAA mandated that beginning September 16, 2023, all drone pilots who are required to register their UAS must operate in accordance with the rule on Remote ID.

Please Note, effective September 13, 2023: FAA Extends Remote ID Enforcement Date Six Months

Drone pilots who are unable to comply with the broadcast requirement of the Remote ID Rule will now have until March 16, 2024, to equip their aircraft. After that date, operators could face fines and suspension or revocation of pilot certificates. In making this decision, the FAA recognizes the unanticipated issues that some operators are experiencing finding some remote identification broadcast modules.

Drone pilots can meet this deadline by purchasing a standard Remote ID equipped drone from a manufacturer or purchasing a Remote ID broadcast module which can be affixed to existing drones that do not have Remote ID equipment.

The FAA’s final rule for small, unmanned aircraft went into effect on August 29, 2016. It provides specific safety regulations for non-recreational use of unmanned aircraft weighing less than 55 pounds. That means UAS users who want to fly for commercial use (such as providing aerial surveying or photography services) or fly incidental to a business (such as performing construction progress imaging, inspections (wind, energy, telecom, etc.), or real estate photography, whether as an employee or contractor) must follow these regulations.

Resources:
For more information about how this rule will impact the specific way you are flying your UAS, visit the business or government entities pages on the "Know Before You Fly" website. To learn more or if you have any questions, check out the FAA’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems page here or email the FAA directly at UAShelp@faa.gov.

The Basics of Safe, Responsible Flying

Here's What You Need to Know

Drones or unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are growing in popularity.  As a drone pilot or prospective drone operator, whether recreational or business focused, you want to fly, fly safely, and fly responsibly.  Responsible flying means understanding laws, limits, surroundings, and airspace.

Regulations & License Information

Here's What You Need to Know

Whether you're a novice drone pilot or have many years of aviation experience, rules and safety tips exist to help you fly safely in the national airspace.

There are two options to fly your drone legally. Each option has different requirements depending on how you want to fly.

Drone Pilot & Fleet Management Training

Here's What You Need to Know

Learning how to fly a drone or UAS is a requirement for safe flying.  DroneLogix provides access to resources designed to teach you how to setup, connect, and fly. Learn about mission planning, inflight emergency management, crash prevention, power systems, maintenance and fleet management.  All designed to equip you to enjoy safe, responsible flying.

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