Dronetag, a leading drone Remote ID solutions provider, has just launched the new educational website Drone-Remote-ID.com. It is a gift to all drone pilots who want to enjoy safe and compliant flying when the Remote ID policy comes into effect in the US and EU. The website comprehensively overviews available Remote ID solutions and current policies in different regions.
The website drone-remote-id.com is designed to be user-friendly and easy to navigate. It compares all available Remote ID solutions and answers all questions drone pilots might have about drone identification policy in their region. Everything is accessible in one place, making it easier for drone pilots to understand the new regulation and how it impacts their specific use cases.
According to Lukas Brchl, the co-founder and CEO of Dronetag: “The new website is our contribution to the drone industry. Many pilots are worried that the new Remote ID policy will take away their freedom, but this is a misunderstanding.
There is an overflow of official information that is nearly impossible to decipher, causing rather headaches instead of providing a clear explanation. In striving for a safer sky, we invested our time to make the Remote ID as easy to grasp as it gets. Everyone should know what to do in their specific scenario.
I believe the new source of the latest information will cool down the dramatic situation, allow the drone industry to evolve, and open the door for frictionless adoption.”
Dronetag’s team of experts is committed to keeping the information about Remote ID on the new website up to date. The Remote ID is a technology that helps the drone industry get ready for autonomous operations, sharing airspace with manned air traffic or conducting advanced drone flights with larger drones even beyond the line of sight.
Dronetag is a manufacturer of remote identification devices for drone pilots and manufacturers. Its add-on transmitters enrich existing drones with a Remote ID capability, while modules are used by manufacturers who built them directly into their drones’ internal circuits. Dronetag devices transmit identification and location data to other airspace participants via Dronetag App, which offers advanced fleet management tools to professional pilots. The company’s vision of safer airspace relies on innovative unmanned traffic management and digitally visible drones.
For more information on Dronetag and its Remote ID devices, visit www.dronetag.cz