ASTM Remote ID Standard and the NPRM - Policy and Implementation
Wednesday, October 07, 2020: 9:45 AM - 10:30 AM
Remote ID Is Finally Here. How Will It Work and Impact UAS Operations? After much anticipation, the FAA’s proposal for Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft Systems has finally been released, and thousands of comments have been submitted to the FAA for it to consider as it finalizes the rules. Remote ID is one of the most significant policy developments for UAS, providing an important solution for safety, security, and accountability, while also important for advanced operations such as flights over people and BVLOS. In this broad and comprehensive session, hear from leading experts who have been involved for the past three years in both the development of recommended policy approaches to Remote ID, and the collaborative industry consensus standards that will enable Remote ID to move from conception to reality. We will cover many key questions, including: How can stakeholders collaborate on technology solutions while regulators simultaneously develop regulations? Are there important changes to the proposed rule that might be important to UAS operators before it is finalized? How can Remote ID be standardized globally, to ensure the greatest interoperability? What will the impact be on different segments of the UAS operating community? Are there ways to accelerate the implementation of Remote ID and move UAS regulations forward more quickly?
C-Level Executive,Consultant,Management,Educator/Instructor,Government/Policy/Regulatory,Journalist,Legal,Remote Pilot/Operator,Student
Air,BVLOS,Government,Industry,Remote ID,Safety,UTM/UAM,Education/Business,Ethics,Standards,Airspace Integration