Wednesday 5 June 2019, AmsterdamIn the current era, drones largely encompass a broad scope of application areas, ranging from agriculture, public safety, delivery of goods, photography, and surveillance. As the need for unmanned drones continues to rise further, there is a critical need to maintain safety and transparency while conducting operations in the airspace. In 2018, NASA developed an architecture for remote identification along with other industry stakeholders that participated in the demonstration process. The test provided an in-depth approach and rendered an efficient way on how to remotely identify an aircraft in the airspace. Also, in 2017, Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC) presented diverse viewpoints regarding remote ID and tracking of drones. These viewpoints are concerned with technological solutions such as cost effectiveness and better communication infrastructure. n official framework and rules for remote ID is anticipated at the end of 2019 by FAA.