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Drone identification: What we know about the FAA ARC plans so far

In the future, the Federal Aviation Administration could implement a system of remotely identifying drones while they’re in the air, as well as finding the pilot operating that drone. Many suspect that the FAA could implement some sort of drone identification system similar to automotive license plates, which allow law enforcement to identify a vehicle’s … Continue reading Drone identification: What we know about the FAA ARC plans so far ? The post Drone identification: What we know about the FAA ARC plans so far appeared first on The Drone Girl.
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