Global Remote Drone Identification System Market Overview:
A remote drone identification system ensures the identification of and location information of the drone, a remote drone controller works by transmitting the radio signal via remote control. As per the regulatory authorities, the Remote ID is allotted which provides the identification to the drone's receiver. There are two types of remote IDs one is broadcast and the other is a network remote ID. The remote drone identification system helps in ensuring the safety and security issues involved with the drone addressing who is using which makes it reliable and keeps the confidence of the public on technology.
- The Growing Security and Safety Related Technology
- Need for Ensuring the Authority and Security Concern Behind the Drone Technology as to who is using for What Purpose
- High Definition Cameras Usage in the Remote Drone Identification System
- Rising Privacy Concern related to the Drones and Other Advanced Technology
- Surging Investment of Government in the Drone Technology and other Unmanned Vehicle will Boost the Remote Drone Identification System Market
- Stringent Regulatory Guidelines Imposed in the Remote Drone Identification System
Some of the key players profiled in the report are Aaronia AG (Germany), Dedrone GmbH (United States), CerbAir (TechnoFounders) (France), Skyward (United States), AirMap, Inc. (United States), DroneShield Limited (Australia), Aratos Systems (Netherlands), Rheinmetall AG (Germany), Magna B.S.P Ltd. (Israel), INVOLI (Switzerland) and Kittyhawk.io, Inc. (United States). Considering Market by Industry Verticals, the sub-segment i.e. Transportation will boost the Remote Drone Identification System market. Considering Market by Technology, the sub-segment i.e. Radio Signals will boost the Remote Drone Identification System market.
On 20th May 2020, Involi launches sales of the first Remote Identification compatible drone tracker KIVU. KIVU is the first drone tracker on the market to comply with the Remote ID standard created by ASTM, one of the largest voluntary standards developing organizations in the world. KIVU will act as a “license plate” of the drone in the sky, broadcasting its unique ID and GPS position to other users of the sky and thus allowing drones equipped with KIVU to comply with the European Laws which require to transmit this information during the whole flight.
"The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced a long-awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on remote identification (Remote ID) for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or drones). The rule would require UAS to implement Remote ID, which is the ability of an unmanned aircraft in flight to provide certain identification information (e.g., serial number/session identification number) and location information (e.g., altitude), to third parties on the ground or to other airspace users. All drones weighing more than 0.55 pounds, flown for commercial or recreational purposes, would be required to comply with Remote ID. The proposed rules would create three main categories of compliant flight: Standard Remote ID, Limited Remote ID, and FRIA."
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