License plates generally seem to work for cars to identify the car’s owner and other important info. But for drones, a tiny plate on a flying robot whirring hundreds of feet in the air isn’t going to work.

Companies, the government and policies have tossed around ideas for tracking drones, primarily electronically, and this week, a swath of large companies came together in solidarity for an important demonstration that could foreshadow the future of electronic drone license plates.

Wing (the drone spinoff of the company formerly known as Google), Skyward (which is owned by Verizon), AiRXOS (part of GE Aviation), Uber, CNN and others this month demonstrated the…

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