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QuadKid
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https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/0 ... -drone-regulations/

US Pilots take note of the last paragraph! WTF "Self Indentifying Beacons" $$$$$$$$
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HereForTheBeer
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lol you cant make politicians happy can you?      they trying their hardest to make everyone a criminal..


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hallmark007
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You already have this on your remote, it’s called UUID or UHID , which you now may have to fill in turn on so you can be identified, I believe that it’s not a coincidence that dji installed this on our drones.
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Goldchucker
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You just don't want a DUI on your remote.
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Woe
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It was all just a matter of time.
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LoSBoL
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It's not really surprising, in the next few decades the skies will be filled more and more with drones.  The European regulation proposal which will be effected sometime next year for the whole EU and wil require E-identification to be mandatory. Those requirements actually are based on a FAA Released UAS Remote Tracking & ID ARC Report. The following will have to be broadcasted in the EU, and probably will also be come mandatory in the US being FAA's own report.

o the UAS operator registration number;
o the unique serial number (SN) of the UA or, if the e-identification is provided by a separate module to be added to the UA, the SN of that module;
o the geographical position of the UA and its height;
o the geographical position of the point from which the UA took off; and
o the timestamp of the data;

So yes, we will be able to get tracked in the (near) future, and it does feel like a restrainment at the moment, but lets face it, almost every 'hobby' that brings a certain danger to our surroundings is restrained or regulated somehow. But I do understand somewhat why this would have to be done because we are going to fill the skies with potential danger to our environments, and our local enforcement at the moment have zero to none ability to enforce the current regulations. Transmitting a UID does give them somewhat hands and feet to enforce drone rules and regulations.
On a more positive note, In the future when drone usage becomes more and more common and development advances, these type of tracking methodes could also help to alleviate some NFZ restrictions, and we might be able to have more freedom then we have currently.

If you want to read up a little more on this, the FAA published an article about UAS tracking in december:  https://www.faa.gov/news/updates/?newsId=89404
And you can read the complete report on tracking here:  https://www.faa.gov/regulations_ ... th%20Appendices.pdf

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