Dronetag DRI


Dronetag DRI is the smallest and lightest device offering affordable Direct / Broadcast Remote capability to drone manufacturers or integrators. It offers a cost-effective, lightweight, and user-friendly option to manufacture remotely identifiable drones. With the Dronetag DRI solution, manufacturers are on a frictionless path toward the production launch of Standard Remote ID (US) and C-class (EU) drones.

DRI comes in two variations (please select your variant below):

  1. with a U.FL port for an external antenna
  2. with a built-in antenna.

External Bluetooth antenna is not included, you may use your own 2,4 GHz U.FL antenna, or you can buy it here.

Package contains

Note: The delivery time provided by our shop can be affected by external factors beyond our control, including unforeseen events, delays caused by the delivery company, customs clearance procedures, etc. We appreciate your understanding in such cases and assure you that we will do our best to deliver the product as soon as possible.

Available for back order (delivery end of June)

  • Get Remote ID approved by FAA in a few days
  • Produce C-class certified drones as defined by EASA
  • Plug & Play for PX4 and Ardupilot FCs (e.g., Pixhawk Cube)
  • Works with any MAVlink or easily adjusts to any custom FCs
  • Mobile app for configuration, flight tracking and data collection
  • Most compact Remote ID solution on the market

Data sheet

Remote ID types
Direct (EU) / Broadcast (US)
Short-range radio
Bluetooth 2.4GHz
None, data read from flight controller
Average current consumption
3 mA
Maximum current consumption
10 mA
M2 holes or double-sided tape
Operating temperature
-40°C to +85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
22.5 × 16 mm x 5mm (0.89 x 0.62 x 0.19 in)
With JST connectors 1.5 grams (0.56 oz)
Without JST connectors 0.5 grams (0,017 oz)
RGB LED to show the state
Variant with internal or external one
Antenna Connectors
Optionally 1× U.FL (IPEX compatible)
Communication Connectors
2× JST GH 6-pin (1.25 mm pitch)
Communication Protocol
UART (3.3 – 5V tolerant)
Supported Message Protocol
MAVlink 2
Supported baud rates
Standard ones - configurable in Dronetag app
Input voltage
3.3 – 17V
Input voltage regulator
Low-noise buck converter
Remote ID Standards
ASD-STAN EN 4709-002 & ASTM F3411-22
Uses FCC/CE approved radio module
Remote ID technology
Bluetooth 4.0 Legacy + 5.0 Long Range