Czech company Dronetag launches its first product, Dronetag Mini. It is the lightest, smallest and most affordable device that attaches to any drone and instantly ensures its visibility for all air traffic participants. It can thus coordinate and scale up any drone operation.
Drone advocates made many promises; drone deliveries, drone light shows, drone fleets, and even drones are the new means of transport… But the already-crowded airspace turned out to be quite dangerous and its coordination tricky, and so far, the futuristic promises have stayed unfulfilled.
Thanks to one Czech startup, we are one giant leap closer to seeing some of that happening. We aren’t jumping on flying Ubers just yet. Still, painless Unmanned Traffic Management is finally possible thanks to Dronetag Mini – a device ensuring UAVs’ and flight plans’ visibility to airspace authorities and other pilots.
The Dronetag Mini product is the smallest, lightest and most affordable drone remote identification (Remote ID) device on the market and can last up to 14 hours on a single charge.
Remote ID – why and for whom
The Remote ID is the digital transmission of drone and pilot information. With the growing number of UAVs, there is an increasing global demand for these Remote ID systems. New regulations are being approved on every continent, with the EU and USA setting the trajectory.
“Dronetag Mini is the only device on the market that offers both Direct (Broadcast) and Network Remote ID – which means it is not only ready for the current requirements, but it is “future-proof” for the upcoming needs,” says Dronetag’s founder & CEO Lucas Brchl.
Mini is accompanied by a mobile & web app and ensures the drones and their flight plans are visible to airspace authorities and other pilots. With the half size of a muesli bar, the weight of 32g (1.1oz) and the price of €249 ($285), it offers everything the drone market demands for current and future safe airspace coordination. The Mini is available at www.shop.dronetag.cz.