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Wed, May 10, 2023

Drone Tag Announces New $49 UAV Identification Option

“Dronetag BS” Strikes Bold Marketing Figure With Aggressive Introduction

Dronetag has announced their “Dronetag BS” system as a cost-effective method to bring consumer UAVs into Remote ID compliance.

Dronetag BS is, of course, short for “Dronetag Basic Solution”, though the company is sure to draw in some eyes with their brash take on the normally staid UAV market. The firm will offer Dronetag BS for an introductory price of $49 upon its May 22 drop date, offering the special for the first 24 hours of its release. For those that miss the intro rate, the standard retail price will remain at $89. 

The firm obviously has its feet in the trenches with the average drone pilot, admitting that many don’t quite think much positive regarding the new Remote ID regulations. The Dronetag BS allows operators to easily bring their small aircraft into compliance with a compact, affordable device weighing in at just over a tenth of an ounce. The small LiPo battery can power the receiver or be recharged off the aircraft’s power supply. The BS module includes service to act as a telemetry module for RC radios, a flight logger for satellite visualization apps, or as a GNSS input to Betaflight controllers.

Dronetag BS provides real-time tracking and identification, with support via the Dronetag app that allows them to check airspace, plan flights, observe traffic, check drone activity, and remain aware of local hazards to flight. The app does not require a subscription to use its services, allowing outsiders to avail themselves of the same suite of safety features that subscribers do. 

"Dronetag's mission is to make drone flying accessible, safe, and enjoyable for everyone, and our device Dronetag BS is a major leap forward in that direction," said Lukas Brchl, CEO of Dronetag. "We are confident that this product will prove to be a game-changer in the industry, making it easier than ever for aeromodelers and FPV pilots to comply with regulations while enjoying their favorite hobby. Maybe the honest name of this device will even make their day; who knows."

FMI: www.dronetag.cz


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