Webinar Replay: Remote ID NPRM Information & Strategy (1 of 2)
Originally Aired: Saturday, Jan 4, 2019, at 4 pm Mountain Time In today's webinar, Paul and Vic discuss the Remote ID NPRM, and share how this proposed rule will impact the drone industry as a whole. We field questions from the drone community, issue some important clarifications, and reveal some little-known facts about this proposal. Tune in to this webinar for some in-depth and nuanced information.
[04:04] Why does the drone industry need to raise a collective voice against the FAA's Remote ID NPRM?
[13:30] Understanding the Remote ID NPRM and its impact at a macro level
[14:10] What is the difference between network-based Remote ID and broadcast-based Remote ID?
[15:05] Is this new proposed rule even legal considering that it will give rise to privacy concerns?
[15:55] Do we need a new network-based Remote ID when we already have broadcast-based Remote ID?
[17:04] Do any of the current drones comply with the proposed Remote ID rule?
[18:53] What is the commenting period for the Remote ID NPRM?
[20:49] Five biggest problems of the FAA's remote ID NPRM
[22:33] Will drone pilots have to bear an additional cost to comply with the new Remote ID NPRM?
[24:55] How the Remote ID NPRM will raise privacy and safety issues
[27:20] Will this proposed rule fulfill its aim of making the public safer?
[28:58] How Drone U is striving to generate a unified response, reach out to the Congress and make an impact
[30:32] Will drone pilots need new equipment to comply with the new Remote ID NPRM?
[31:00] Understanding the three ways to fly under the new Remote ID NPRM
[32:32] How will the FAA's Remote ID NPRM affect hobby drones?
[34:09] What if you are not an AMA member and there is not AMA field in your city?
[35:15] Under the proposed rule, will you be able to fly in an area with no internet? Can you fly under "Standard RID" w/o internet?
[39:38] This whole thing is about network since they are going to prohibit use of ADS-B. What is the fallback?
[41:19] The problem with Aeroscope is that it is a non-DJI drone. I realize that DJI is a majority. But what if it changes?
[43:08] Can the government allow more than one manufacturer? Since it will be considered proprietory.
[44:18] Is a DJI drone that is turned on always broadcasting?
[46:05] Is the government right in asking non-certified aircrafts to comply with the Remote ID rule?
[46:33] How many drones will be negatively affected by the NPRM?
[46:53] Under the "Limited RID" rule, can you fly outside of FRIA?
[47:08] Shouldn't the burden be on the government to develop the industry?
[48:47] If the internet is available but the operator's Remote ID is not working, the operator would be required to connect to another Remote ID or the operator would have been restricted from taking off.