RID And The OMB – Drones Information
It’s time to schedule your EO 12866 meeting with OMB and ask yours
Questions about creating rules for remote identification. It seems that DJI has
something planned, how about you?
Ho, Ho, Ho, I hear that you might even get all that specialty
Christmas. If not, the FAA will throw the old OMB back under the sled. Maybe you
Trustworthy varieties just like to pay up and down, but that’s not how I roll.
I have a couple of questions like: Are we still using the DJI Economic Impact Report?
Numbers and aeroscope concept that 70 to 93% (although they only have 70%
of the market) of the existing drones will be able to meet the new RID requirements
with an SMS push?
How much does it cost for the outliers to adhere to it?
Some of the unwashed crowds want to know about privacy, and when they all want to
Aircraft in NAS get RID; it’s about an equivalent level of security, right?
Left if you want your own meeting –
Step 1: Go to https://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/eo/neweomeeting
Step 2: Enter the RIN above and schedule a meeting to let OMB know about it
will kill the business, ruin model recovery, cause all sorts of privacy issues, will do it
be extremely expensive, etc.
It’s a public record to see who is speaking. The information presented is also public. DJI,
AUVSI etc. should already speak.
The meetings are planned here:
If you don’t have time for a meeting, email your questions to Gary or me
See what we can do to answer them before this potential disaster strikes
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Editor in Field, SUAS News Americas Desk | Patrick Egan is the editor of the Americas Desk at Drones News and the presenter and executive producer of the Drones News Podcast Series, Drone TV, and Small Unmanned Systems Business Exposition. Experience in this area includes assignments with the US Army Space Battle Lab and the Missile Defense Command, investigating solutions for future warfare research projects. Instructor for LTA (Lighter Than Air) ISR system deployment teams for an OSD, US Special Operations Command, Special Surveillance Project. Established and operated commercial RPA prior to clarification of FAA guidelines in 2007. On the airspace integration side, he leads special programs for the RCAPA (Remote Control Aerial Photography Association).