U.S. appeals court upholds FAA rules on drone identification

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By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Appeals Court on Friday upheld rules set by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requiring drones to have remote identification technology to enable them to be identified from the ground. The rules, which were finalized in April 2021, give drone manufacturers 18 months to begin producing drones with so-called Remote ID and are aimed at safely managing the growing use of drones in U.S. airspace. The U.S. Appeals Court for the District of Columbia turned away a legal challenge from a drone operator and others who argued the rule “amounts to …

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