Direct Remote ID = (UAS operator registration number + serial number of UA)

It broadcasts also the following information via WiFi or Bluetooth:

  • Position and height AGL
  • Direction
  • Ground speed
  • Position of pilot or the take-off point
  • Indication of emergency status

for two different functions:

  • reading the Direct Remote ID (DRID) of nearby drones:
    • direct broadcast towards end receivers
    • support security and law enforcement via (portable) device
    • required on ALL UA presenting a security risk
    • imposed to the DA, harmonized European standard (CEN).
  • providing Network Remote ID (NRID):
    • broadcast towards network
    • support for low altitude airspace traffic management
    • applicability depending on type of the operation (higher risk operations)
    • defined by U-space, EUROCAE standards.