With the rapid increase in drone use, there is growing concern about the potential risks posed by drones in the air. Dronetag DRI is a Remote ID solution that utilizes UART forwarding to free up drone TELEM/serial ports. It comes in two variations, with an external antenna port or built-in antenna, and starts at a pre-order price of $49 EUR. The DRI conforms to globally recognized Remote ID standards ASTM F3411-22 and ASD-STAN EN 4709-002 and broadcasts data over Bluetooth 4 & 5 with a range of up to 3 km.
Dronetag DRI is compatible with PX4 and Ardupilot FCs (e.g., Pixhawk Cube), and offers a cost-effective and easy-to-use Direct/Broadcast Remote ID solution for drone manufacturers. It is designed to seamlessly integrate into newly manufactured drones and offers a cost-effective, lightweight, and user-friendly option. With this solution, manufacturers can easily produce remotely identifiable drones, with a frictionless path towards US Standard Remote ID and EU C-class drone production.
The Dronetag DRI combines a software platform with hardware modules that can be customized to meet the manufacturer’s needs, making it suitable for a wide range of business cases. The small, single-sided board is easy to mount in the desired location and is the simplest way to integrate Remote ID technology. With a weight of only 1.5 grams and minimal dimensions, the DRI has minimal impact on the drone’s size, weight, and power characteristics. It has an external flash memory and can be synced with the Dronetag App, which manages settings and firmware updates. The app also allows drone manufacturers and resellers to remotely troubleshoot customer issues by downloading diagnostic data logs.
DroneTag DRI is a small, lightweight and easy-to-use device that attaches to your drone. It provides a unique identification code linked to your drone’s registration information. This identification code is transmitted to nearby receivers, such as airports and law enforcement agencies, allowing them to track and monitor the drone’s movements in real time. It’s compatible with all drones and requires no additional equipment or software to operate. It is a self-contained device that uses radio frequency technology to transmit the identification code. The device also has a built-in battery that provides up to 10 hours of continuous operation, ensuring that your drone remains identifiable throughout the flight. It also equipped with a tamper-resistant mechanism that prevents unauthorized removal or tampering. This ensures that the device remains attached to the drone, providing a reliable identification and tracking system.
In conclusion, the DroneTag DRI is a important device for any drone operator concerned about safety and security. It provides a reliable identification and tracking system for drones, enabling law enforcement to quickly locate and mitigate potential risks posed by drones in the air.