In its mission to allow drone operators to fly safely and according to regulations around the world, INVOLI has launched a new generation drone tracker. The LEMAN RemoteID is specifically developed to comply with the latest regulations and bears the CE/FCC labels, says a company press release.
The LEMAN RemoteID drone tracker is designed for use by drone operators and does not need to be connected to the drone’s battery to work. It starts transmitting its position just after turning it on. The tracker is lightweight (47 g), resistant to rain (IP67), and has an autonomy of 4 hours and 30 min for a refresh rate every 1 second, making it adapted for all drone operations. INVOLI wants to make it easy for drone operations to be carried out in compliance with the ever-evolving regulatory framework.
The new INVOLI drone tracker has been developed to follow the ASTM Remote ID Standard F3411-19, and thus it complies with the FAA Rule on Remote Identification for UAs and with the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947. The new INVOLI RemoteID drone tracker transmits the position and identification of the drone in two ways: direct broadcast, over Wi-fi frequency (Remote ID Broadcast) and over 4G network (Network Remote ID), with a version for European 4G bands and a version for North American ones.
The LEMAN RemoteID Drone Tracker can also be adopted at governmental level, by ANSPs, by UTM for large scale drone operations and by Telecommunication companies for evaluating the connectivity of their 4G infrastructure in the sky. In fact, the LEMAN RemoteID drone tracker provides geolocalized connectivity information (Cell ID, RSRP, SINR and Band), allowing a Telco to create a chart of the connectivity quality in the sky, with every usage of the drone tracker.
Tristan David, Business Development Manager at INVOLI said: “Many drone operators have multiple drones from different drone manufacturers. With our Drone Tracker it is possible to follow all of them at the same time over the INVOLI.live platform, simplifying enormously the operational side of managing a fleet of drones”
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