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Drone Remote ID Solutions Set for Japan

Dronetag will introduce its Remote ID modules and digital drone visibility solutions in Japan, offering a drone identification solution that meets Japanese airspace standards By William Mackenzie / 03 Jun 2024
Drone Remote ID Solutions Set for Japan
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Dronetag, a provider of drone identification and fleet management products, is set to introduce its cutting-edge solutions in Japan.

Dronetag’s Remote ID solution is fully compatible with the standards set by the MLIT (Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism). This allows drone pilots globally to use Dronetag’s technology when flying in Japanese airspace. 

The Dronetag portfolio is designed to meet the needs of every pilot, with a focus on weight, size, user-friendliness, and battery life. Dronetag covers identification requirements for a wide range of drone categories, from compact FPV and hobby drones to DJI-style models & robust industrial drones

Dronetag BS
The company assert that its Dronetag BS, weighing just 5 grams with its case, battery, and antennas, is currently the world’s smallest and lightest Remote ID module for drones. 

Dronetag DRI
Drone manufacturers can easily integrate Dronetag’s DRI to comply with Japan’s regulations, which mandate Remote ID for drones weighing over 100 grams. Dronetag’s DRI solution excels in its compact size and lightweight design and uniquely features a forwarding function that preserves the manufacturers’ flight controller ports. 

Japan Drone Expo
To commemorate the official launch of its Remote ID solutions in Japan, Dronetag will showcase its digital drone visibility ecosystem at the Japan Drone Expo, the largest drone-specific exhibition in the country.

The event will take place in Chiba city, from June 5-7, 2024. The expo will host an official announcement of Dronetag’s entry into the Japanese market, including a live demonstration of the company’s drone identification solution. 

Dronetag is seeking partners and integrators in Japan, and has invited companies to visit the Dronetag stand to explore collaborative opportunities and witness how the company’s products can propel drone technology.

Dronetag is reportedly the only current provider offering Remote ID solutions that meet Japanese, US, and EU regulatory requirements. Beyond compliance with Japanese Remote ID standards, pilots can also use Dronetag’s valuable tools to enhance operational efficiency and mission success, such as a multi-platform app, advanced fleet management options, and comprehensive flight logging.

Dronetag state that, following the opening of its official branch in Taiwan, this milestone underscores the company’s commitment to global compliance standards, and marks a significant step forward in enhancing safety and security in the drone industry.

Lukáš Brchl, Founder & CEO of Dronetag, commented; “We are thrilled to introduce our Drone Identification solutions in Japan. This milestone achievement reflects our unwavering commitment to advancing safety, security, and innovation in the drone industry. 

“We look forward to working closely with stakeholders in Japan to ensure the successful implementation of our technology and contribute to the safe and responsible integration of drones into the national airspace.”

Visit Dronetag at the Japan Drone Expo from June 5-7, 2024, to discover more about its Remote ID solution and digital drone visibility ecosystem.

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