/ Your DJI Drone Might be Remote ID Compliant Now


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  • The FAA has released DOCs for certain drones! The list so far include the Mavic 3, Air 2S, AVATA, Mini 3 Pro, Matrice 30, WingtraOne Gen 2, and microdrones md4-1000 and 3000. This means these drones comply with the requirements for Remote ID. We're expecting the list will continue to grow, but this is great news for anyone who has purchased one of these drones recently.
    Full List:
    DJI Mavic 3
    DJI Mavic 3 Cine
    DJI Mini 3 Pro
    DJI Matrice 30
    DJI Matrice 30 Thermal
    WingtraOne Gen II
    Microdrone md4-1000
    Microdrone md4-3000
    View the list on the FAA's Site: uasdoc.faa.gov/listDocs
    What is remote ID?
    Remote ID is an FAA-required broadcast for drones. The regulations requiring Remote ID are housed within 14 CFR part 89. This requirement includes the transmission of the drone's location, altitude, heading, and the location of take-off or the ground station. Remote ID compliance is required for manufacturers by September 16th, 2022 unless the manufacturer is actively working on compliance. In this case, the compliance date is Dec. 16th, 2022. Compliance for all remote pilots (Including RC Airplanes, multirotor drones, and RC helicopters) is required by September 16th, 2023.
    If the aircraft is required to be registered, remote ID is required.
    sUAS Registration: www.ecfr.gov/current/title-14/chapter-I/subchapter-C/part-48
    Remote ID: www.ecfr.gov/current/title-14/chapter-I/subchapter-F/part-89