FAA Releases Approved Drone Models for Remote ID Compliance

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In the ever-evolving world of drone technology, staying updated on regulatory changes is crucial for both drone enthusiasts and professionals alike. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has recently made a significant announcement that will affect the drone industry. Priority 1 Drones is dedicated to keeping our valued customers informed, and in this blog post, we will delve into the FAA’s release of drone models that have received  Declaration of Compliance (DOC) for Remote ID regulations.

The FAA’s Remote ID regulation has been delayed and is now scheduled to come into full effect on March 16, 2024. This delay provides drone pilots with more time to prepare for the changes ahead if your drone is non-Remote ID compliant. However, it’s essential to note that the FAA has stated, “Drone pilots are still expected to comply with the original September 16, 2023 compliance date for Remote ID if your drone is Remote ID compatible.”

Drone Models Granted Remote ID Approval

The FAA’s approval of certain drone models for Remote ID compliance is a significant development. These drones have undergone rigorous testing and met the necessary criteria to ensure safe and responsible operations. Here is the list of drone models that have earned approval:

  1. DJI Matrice 30 Thermal
  2. DJI Matrice 30
  3. DJI Matrice 300 RTK
  4. DJI Matrice 350 RTK
  5. DJI Inspire 3
  6. DJI Mavic 3 Cine
  7. DJI Mavic 3 Pro
  8. DJI Mavic 3 Pro Cine
  9. DJI Mavic 3
  10. DJI Mavic 3 Classic
  11. DJI Mavic 3 Thermal
  12. DJI Mavic 3 Multispectral
  13. DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise
  14. DJI Avata
  15. DJI Air 3 (Expecting formal approval)
  16. DJI Air 2S
  17. DJI Mini 3
  18. DJI Mini 3 Pro
  19. DJI Agras T-30
  20. DJI Agras T-40
  21. Autel Evo Nano
  22. Autel Evo Lite+ MDXM2
  23. Autel Evo Lite MDXM
  24. Autel Evo II 3
  25. Autel Evo Max
  26. Autel Evo Max 4T
  27. Autel Dragonfish Lite
  28. Autel Dragonfish Pro
  29. Skydio 2
  30. Skydio 2+
  31. Skydio X2E
  32. Sony ARS-S1
  33. Wingtra WingtraOne Gen II
  34. Microdrones md4-3000
  35. Microdrones md4-1000

This comprehensive list includes drones from various manufacturers, ensuring that drone enthusiasts and professionals have a range of options to choose from while still complying with the FAA’s Remote ID requirements.

Broadcast Modules for Remote ID

In addition to the approved drone models, the FAA has also granted endorsement for two broadcast modules designed to simplify Remote ID compliance:

  1. BlueMark db100
  2. Dronetag Mini (For pricing details, please get in touch with us!)

These broadcast modules are essential tools for ensuring that your drone transmits the required identification and location information to authorities and other airspace users. They are a key component of the Remote ID system, helping to enhance safety and accountability in the skies.


As the FAA’s Remote ID regulations has come into effect on September 16th, 2023, it’s imperative for all drone operators to stay informed and ensure compliance unless your drone is not on this list. The list of approved drone models and the availability of broadcast modules make it easier for drone enthusiasts and professionals to navigate the evolving regulatory landscape.

At Priority 1 Drones, we are committed to providing our customers with the latest information and the best tools to enhance their drone experiences. If you have any questions about Remote ID compliance, approved drone models, or broadcast modules, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are here to support you on your drone journey.

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