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FLY ID PRO

Fly ID Pro is a direct remote identification devices compatible with all drones. Be visible, fly safe by opting for the simplest way to fly your drone in compliance with the latest European regulations. The Fly ID Pro add-on module can be easily installed and removed from the drone in a matter of seconds.

EUROPEAN COMPLIANCE

EASA UPDATES

Comply with the prEN 4709-002 standard, which requires direct remote identification for drones weighing more than 250 grams and flying in open or specific category.
Ultra-strong attachment system
Web interface for settings
Ultra-light system
Compatible with trackers app

Direct Remote Identification

Fly ID Pro systems transmit the identity of your drone via Bluetooth 2.4GHz to anyone equipped with a receiving device. 

The system transmits the drone’s serial number, take-off position, latitude, longitude, altitude, speed and direction. As well as making airspace safer, this is a highly effective way of finding a drone that has lost its link and/or crashed.

Long range

The external antenna gives a range of up to 3 km in optimum conditions.

Ultra-light system

Its light weight of just 30g and dimensions of 35x24x19 (mm) mean it can be integrated into very small drones. The size of the antenna is 8.8 x 0.77 (mm).

Battery & Charging

Thanks to its built-in battery, rechargeable via 5V Micro-USB, Fly ID Pro has a battery life of 5 hours.

Web interface from your mobile

Fly ID Pro system has a web interface that can be accessed from any device via a WIFI connection. The web interface is only active when the system is being initialised (LED flashing yellow), and is deactivated after 30 seconds once the GPS signal has been acquired (LED flashing green).

You can use it to configure the beacon with your operator number and update the system.

 

Flight Management

Fly ID Pro tags are compatible with drone tracking applications such as DroneScanner and OpendroneID. Connect to these applications, enter your ID and easily manage your flights.

Standards for multiple geolocation

For up-to-date, reliable positioning, Fly ID receives GPS, Galileo, SBAS and GLONASS signals.

Grams only

Hours of autonomy

Kilometers of range

Bluetooth range

Dimensions (MM)

Working temperature

Sensors
GNSS
External Antenna
Bluetooth & GNSS (87 mm)
Battery
Lipo 3.7V 420 mAh
Enclosure
Plastic
Fastening mechanism
3M DualLock
Charging time
1 hour

FRANCE / EUROPE VERSION

In France, class C1 / C2 / C3 drones weighing more than 800 grams must, as the regulations stand, simultaneously broadcast Direct Remote Identification (EU) and Remote Electronic Signal (FR).

UPDATES

Get remote dual identification (FR/EU)

FAQs
Find the answer to your question quickly & easily

What is a Direct Remote Identification (DRI) system?

The Direct Remote Identification (DRI) system transmits your drone’s basic information digitally via Bluetooth (2.4 GHz) to anyone equipped with a receiving device. The system transmits the drone’s serial number, take-off position, latitude, longitude, altitude, speed and direction.

In addition to making airspace safer by better managing flight missions, this is a highly effective way of finding a drone that has lost its link with the operator.

Why equip your drone with a Direct Remote Identification (DRI) system?

Direct Remote Identification (DRI) systems are designed for drones that are not equipped with this feature by default, and for drone manufacturers who wish to integrate this feature directly into their aircraft.

These systems enable all drones to comply with the latest European regulations imposed by the EASA, and to fly legally.

How can I connect to the Direct Remote Identification (DRI) system interface?

Fly ID systems feature a web interface that can be accessed from any device (mobile or PC) via a WiFi connection. The web interface is active only during system initialization (LED flashing yellow), and is deactivated after 30 seconds once the GPS signal has been acquired (LED flashing green).

Find the name of the WiFi Fly ID network, then connect to it. Then open a browser and go to the URL address: 192.168.1.1. You’re now connected to your Fly ID system’s web interface.

How do I link my Direct Remote Identification (DRI) system to my operator number?

Log in to the web interface of your Fly ID system. Click on “Settings”, then enter the aircraft type and your operator number. Your Direct Remote Identification (DRI) system is now linked to your operator number.

What regulations do Dronavia's Direct Remote Identification (DRI) systems comply with ?

The Direct Remote Identification (DRI) systems in the Fly ID range comply with EN 4709-002, which requires direct remote identification for drones weighing more than 250 grams and flying at less than 120 meters in the specific category.

The Beacon AM remote identification beacon enables drones to comply with the French DGAC decree of December 27, 2019.

For which drones should a Direct Remote Identification systems be used?

The use of a Direct Remote Identification (DRI) systems is mandatory for all drones (aircraft) weighing more than 250g that are not equipped with this device as standard.

Why do Direct Remote Identification (DRI) systems have a web interface?

Fly ID systems feature a web interface accessible via WiFi to configure the system with your operator number and update the system.

Are Fly ID direct remote identification (DRI) systems visible on drone tracking applications?

All Fly ID direct remote identification (DRI) systems work with drone tracking applications (such as DroneScanner and OpendroneID…). Open your application and start your system, which will then appear on your application. You can retrieve all flight information from the app, and easily manage the organization of your flights by viewing activity in the airspace near you.

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