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Get your drone compliant with US and EU rules with Dronetag Remote ID solutions, available now at Aeromao


Remote ID Devices and Dronetag App

Flying with an older drone that is not compliant with the new regulations? No worries. Dronetag offers small IoT devices that you can easily attach to any drone model.
Install the Dronetag App manage all your devices, check airspace zones, plan your flights, browse real-time data, inspect other airborne drones and stay notified about any hazards around you. All compliant with US & EU rules.

Professional and hobby pilots, as well as drone manufacturers and authorities, are all thrilled with unlimited options that bring Dronetag RID devices.

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Dronetag Mini     12144633091?profile=RESIZE_400x

The ultimate Remote ID add-on device attachable to any drone
- 32 grams
- EU & US Standards
- Network & Direct RID


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Dronetag Beacon     12144633277?profile=RESIZE_400x

Bare minimum for Direct/Broadcast RID in the tiniest and lightest package
- 16 grams
- Up to 3km range
- 16 hr Battery life


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What is Remote ID and how to stay compliant?
Remote ID is a system that allows drones to transmit identification and location information. This information can be received by other airspace participants, including authorities, pilots and the general public.

Who has to use Direct / Broadcast Remote ID?

Under new regulations in the US and EU, most drones weighing more than 249 grams (0.55 pounds) must be equipped with a Direct / Broadcast Remote ID system by a certain date. This responsibility applies both to recreational drones and commercially flown drones.

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What can Dronetag do for you

Dronetag device is most often used by our partners in the following situations:

  1. as a device for remote identification for drones such as DJI Phantom 4, DJI M200, DJI M600,
  2. in cases when you need to coordinate with other entities,
  3. when you need all flight data in one platform,
  4. if you really do not like to lose your drone.

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1. Remote identification for any drone

Remote identification of drones will be mandatory for all flights in a Specific category from June 2022 and in U-space airspace from January 2023. So if you have older drones such as Phantom 4, Matrice 200, Matrice 600, etc., where probably no firmware update from DJI will come out, then Dronetag Mini will still allow you to fly more advanced scenarios in the Specific category / U-space. You simply won't end up in the limited Open A3 subcategory.

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Dronetag Mini is a remote identification device designed as an add-on that can be mounted to any drone. Mini ensures that your drone is visible for all air traffic participants. It is no larger than half of your favourite müsli bar, weighs 32 grams and stays charged for up to 8 hours.

Mini receives the drone’s coordinates from GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and EGNOS satellites, and sends it, along with the drone identification, in real-time to the central system through a mobile network, or to everyone around via Bluetooth. Moreover, Mini includes an extension port for connecting and remote control of third-party peripheral devices.

2. When you need to coordinate with other drones

If you have a project where you need to coordinate with other entities such as a supervisor / guard / director, then Dronetag web and mobile app allow everyone involved to see if the drone is in the air and where it is.

A mobile app for efficient flight management that is available for both Android and iOS. App enable pilots to visualise flight zones, plan their flights, including official authorisation, and to keep an interactive flight journal for an unlimited number of drones.

3. All your flight data in one platform

If you combine different types of drones like copters and wings (or even combine different drone manufacturers), you can have all your flight data in one platform and available at any time. We can be your simplified variant of AirData / DroneLogbook but independent of the drone platform/manufacturer.

4. Never lose your drone

If you happen to occasionally lose the RC link to your drone and want to know what it's doing and where it's going, you'll never lose track thanks to the Dronetag Mini's LTE connection. Even if the drone flies away.

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Open Source Drone Remote ID



With the arrival of the new European regulations, certain equipments will become mandatory. This results in France by the need to equip drones with a Wifi module which sends the position of the drone through the air (like a transponder)

In order to allow as many people as possible to have access to this device, Pierre Kancir (ardupilot developper), supported by Airbot Systems , have produced software, enabling this device to be DIY manufactured at low cost.

All files are open source, under the GPL license. They contain the sources, the software part allowing to make the drone wifi beacon, a software allowing to make a drone detection system based on wifi frames, an example of code ready to be installed on a basic module sold on common commercial platforms for approx 35 Euros, and also 3D files to print a protection box by yourself. We hope it can helps others, regarding the regulation of their countries

The files are available for download on Pierre's Github: and also on  Airbot Systems website:

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