Remote ID: The New Era Begins. How Will the FAA’s Final Regulations and ASTM Standards Work Together?
- Room: Georgia Ballroom
- Session Number:8011
Wednesday, August 18, 2021: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
After much anticipation, the ASTM F3411 Standard Specification for Remote ID and Tracking has been revised to comply with changes both in the FAA and EASA Remote ID regulations. First identified as necessary to forward progress for the industry in 2017, the new set of rules reflect four years of input from the FAA’s aviation rule-making and advisory committees, and rapid work by standards development organization ASTM International. Remote ID provides an important solution for safety, security, and accountability, while also enabling advanced operations such as flight over people and BVLOS. In this broad and comprehensive session, hear from leading experts who have been involved for the past four years in both the development of recommended policy approaches to Remote ID, and the collaborative industry consensus standards that will enable the implementation of the Remote ID rule. Learn about the timeline for implementation, how the regulation may impact the products you are already using today, and issues that may remain unresolved. The session will be of interest to UAS and equipage manufacturers and suppliers, users and operators and as we turn the focus to implementation through the Means of Compliance covering general design, technical and performance requirements, verification and test methods, message definition and transmission protocols. Hear our panel's thoughts on what’s in store for the future of both Broadcast and Network Remote ID.This panel will also address how Remote ID can be standardized globally, to ensure the greatest interoperability.
Purpose: To address Remote ID’s regulatory requirements, understand technical requirements of the ASTM Standard, practical implementation of the standard to comply with the requirements of the Declaration of Compliance and Means of Compliance.