Should I Classify My Drone as “Remote-ID” Compliant During Registration?

While drone remote-id is set to kick in only by 2023, FAADroneZone is already asking drone pilots to classify their drone as “remote-id” enabled when they attempt to register their drone. Needless to say, this is resulting in a lot of confusion – and many drone pilots are preferring to avoid completing the registration process rather than inputting erroneous information.

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Drone Mapping Guide –

01:52 – Uplevel your skills with our in-person drone training
02:20 – Today’s question is about remote-id compliant drones
03:17 – When will remote-id become a reality?
03:58 – Are you flying a remote-id compliant drone?
05:57 – Should you classify your drone as “remote-id enabled” during registration?
05:50 – Is the FAA confusing drone pilots? And is this affecting the registration rate?
09:55 – Do not forget to check out Drone U’s roof inspection course
10:26 – Are drones safe to fly? Do they pose any significant risk to the general public?
12:10 – Will you end up voiding your warranty if you change your drone parameters?
12:46 – How to register your drone when you are traveling internationally 13:10 – As a part 107 pilot, do you need to register a drone weighing less than 250 grams?

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