Solving the linked challenges of remotely identifying drones and deterring their malicious use is emerging as the key to further integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the U.S. national airspace system. “All aircraft must be identifiable,” Acting Administrator Dan Elwell told the FAA UAS Symposium in Baltimore on March 6. “If you want to fly in the system, you have to be identifiable and observe the rules. . . . One malicious act could put a stop to all the ...

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