Love it, fill the skies
Remote ID is coming to your older DJI Drones
|Drone Model Name||Broadcast Module Needed?|
|Mini 3 Pro||No|
|Mavic 3 Cine||No|
|Mavic 3 Classic||No|
|Mavic 3 Pro||No|
|Mavic 3 Pro Cine||No|
|FPV||No; Firmware upgrade will available by August 31, 2023 at the latest|
|Mavic Air 2||No; Firmware upgrade will available by September 30, 2023 at the latest|
|Mavic 2 Zoom||No; Firmware upgrade will available by December 31, 2023 at the latest|
|Mavic 2 Pro||No; Firmware upgrade will available by December 31, 2023 at the latest|
|Phantom 4 Pro v2.0||No; Firmware upgrade will available by December 31, 2023 at the latest|
That’ll be another reason im never updating my nicely unlocked, unrestricted, JeepDoors modified Mavic 2 Pro then.
They’re actually going to build and release firmware for some looooong discontinued drones that are still of the GO4 era
As if anyone ever needed yet another reason to not blindly update their DJI firmware. Agreed.
Just to put that in to perspective, there have only been five “updates” to GO4 in the last three years.
And I use the word “updates” loosely in this context.
Pretty sure all of the RID is firmware based where the only interface with software would be the certificate download. And that’s likely a copy/paste job from Fly to an extent.
The last few “updates” for the Mavic 2 at least added no extra features and just stopped hacks from working.
Airdata now supports RID
This was back in June when mine was showing it was broadcasting ….
That’s nothing to do with the post above maybe have a read
Ah ok yes sorry, was a bit lazy there & assumed, my bad.
THREE DAYS before their own deadline
However this is only for drones that do not have it built in.
An interesting point made by Xjet on his YouTube channel recently, is that even though the FAA are not going to try to prosecute “offenders” for not having RID on their drone, it may well invalidate a drone pilots insurance, as the regulations state that you have to have one fitted.
That may get quite messy!