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Is the Inspire 2 RemoteID compliant?
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I'm finding really conflicting details about this online, including on the DJI official website.
Can anyone confirm one way or the other if the DJI Inspire 2 does now feature Remote ID abilities that are compliant with the coming FAA regulations?
2023-4-26
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Hi, Byte. Thank you for reaching out. Currently, Inspire 2 doesn't have RID firmware. According to the FAR Part 89 Remote ID regulations, RID compliance for American users starts on September 16, 2023. Before that, the FAA RID regulation does not affect the user’s flight activity. DJI will conduct an evaluation and prepare appropriate plans for different aircraft after the RID technical standards and MOC recognized by FAA are issued.
2023-4-27
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DJI Gamora Posted at 4-27 03:05
Hi, Byte. Thank you for reaching out. Currently, Inspire 2 doesn't have RID firmware. According to the FAR Part 89 Remote ID regulations, RID compliance for American users starts on September 16, 2023. Before that, the FAA RID regulation does not affect the user’s flight activity. DJI will conduct an evaluation and prepare appropriate plans for different aircraft after the RID technical standards and MOC recognized by FAA are issued.

Ok, so am I right in understanding that as it currently stands, after 16th September 2023, it will be illegal to fly the Inspire 2 in the USA, without fitting an external RemoteID beacon and power supply?
2023-4-27
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Byte Posted at 4-27 04:40
Ok, so am I right in understanding that as it currently stands, after 16th September 2023, it will be illegal to fly the Inspire 2 in the USA, without fitting an external RemoteID beacon and power supply?

Hi, Byte. That depends on the location. According to FAA, you may operate (without Remote ID equipment) at FAA-recognized identification areas (FRIAs) sponsored by community-based organizations or schools. FRIAs are the only locations unmanned aircraft (drones and radio-controlled airplanes) may operate without broadcasting Remote ID message elements.
Please see more information from this link (https://www.faa.gov/uas/getting_started/remote_id/drone_pilots)

Moreover, we highly suggest to follow the FAA RID rules to freely fly in different locations.
2023-4-28
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DJI Gamora Posted at 4-28 23:02
Hi, Byte. That depends on the location. According to FAA, you may operate (without Remote ID equipment) at FAA-recognized identification areas (FRIAs) sponsored by community-based organizations or schools. FRIAs are the only locations unmanned aircraft (drones and radio-controlled airplanes) may operate without broadcasting Remote ID message elements.
Please see more information from this link (https://www.faa.gov/uas/getting_started/remote_id/drone_pilots)


Thanks. Just to confirm, this isn't until September this year is it? RemoteID is not required on any sUAS until then?
2023-4-28
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Byte Posted at 4-28 23:12
Thanks. Just to confirm, this isn't until September this year is it? RemoteID is not required on any sUAS until then?

Hi, Byte. Yes, you are correct. Existing drone users are not required to comply with FAA Remote ID regulations until September 16, 2023. You may also visit this thread for more information: (https://forum.dji.com/forum.php? ... &extra=page%3D1). Hope this helps. Have a safe flight always!
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