Zing Drone Solutions (zingdrones.com) is proud to announce the approval of its proprietary module that ensures FAA compliance for public safety and commercial drone operators. The company has obtained FAA Declaration of Compliance (DOC) Approval for its Z-RID™ Remote ID Broadcast Module.
Ian Annase, Founder and CEO of Zing Drone Solutions, expressed his excitement, stating,
“This marks the culmination of six months of a collaborative effort between our esteemed MIT engineering team and our dedicated Florida-based business development team. We are thrilled to introduce the Z-RID™ Broadcast Module to the market, offering a robust, American-made solution that ensures FAA compliance for public safety and commercial operators.”
The Z-RID™ Broadcast Module is compatible with DJI enterprise and commercial aircraft models such as the Mavic 2 Enterprise, Matrice 200, Inspire 2, Phantom 4 Pro, Mavic Pro, and the Mavic Air. This compact and lightweight module guarantees seamless adherence to Remote ID regulations. Notably, the module’s compact design allows it to be effortlessly integrated into drones, even those as small as the Mavic Mini.
Understanding the challenges drone pilots encounter in meeting the initial September 16, 2023, Remote ID compliance deadline due to factors like limited broadcast module availability and approved FAA-Recognized Identification Areas, the FAA is allowing flexibility in enforcement decisions.
Annase emphasized, “It’s crucial to underscore that the FAA expects drone pilots to adhere to Remote ID requirements promptly, and the Z-RID is our solution to facilitate this compliance.”
The Z-RID is the first step towards the next era of safe and autonomous commercial drone and eVTOL operations in the US market. The proprietary deconfliction technology Zing is developing will help prevent midair collisions through our UAS Service Supplier and Air Traffic partners.
For more information regarding Zing Drone Solutions and its FAA-compliant Z-RID™ Broadcast
Module, please visit zingdrones.com