After a nearly year-long hiatus, the FAA’s drone advisory committee (DAC) met June 6 with a new chairman and a tasking from the agency to marshal industry behind a coming requirement that drones be capable of being identified in flight. The FAA recently postponed the planned release of a remote identification (ID) notice of proposed rulemaking for drones from July to September, and publication of a final rule is “likely up to 24 months away,” according to a ...

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