WHY DO YOU NEED TO TRACK YOUR DRONES?
The easiest way to manage your drone fleet
Tracking your entire fleet can be complicated. Integrating multiple onboard solutions or proprietary Ground Control Station telemetry can rapidly imply complex development and integration efforts.
Protect your investments
INVOLI LEMAN RID Tracker is the easiest way to track your fleet in real-time to:
- Get situational awareness of your ongoing operations
- Deconflict against other aircraft
- Control the conformance
- Produce auditable data
- Protect your fleet investments
OUR DRONE TRACKING SOLUTION
Our drone tracking and Remote ID solution is a combination of a plug-and-play device, a Network Remote ID server, and a set of visualization, alerting, and API services that allow you to track drone traffic in real-time and be compliant with Remote ID international regulations.
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Integration of complete air traffic information
INVOLI ground-based surveillance system is a combination of highly reliable hardware, software, and applications that help you develop your cooperative air traffic detection strategy for your air risk assessment or autonomous operations.
Non-cooperative drone traffic detection on demand
INVOLI is specialized in Cooperative Air Traffic Detection, however, we develop strategic partnerships with experts in non-cooperative air traffic detection to help you integrate with our INVOLI Traffic Information Server and provide a single source of information.
INVOLI can provide custom-built solutions for your particular needs, whether you would like to integrate existing sensors or build your own infrastructure.
DISCOVER OUR CASE STUDIES
According to applicable European regulations, all drones in flight must comply with the ASD-STAN 4709-002, providing identification and location information that can be received by authorities and other parties.
As per the law, all drone operators need, or will need, to equip their non-compliant drones with modules providing direct remote identification by broadcasting their identity. Those drones will also be required to provide their identification details via network.
Drone operators will be able to conduct their operations in all EASA authorized airspace and other airspaces having implemented the ASD-STAN 4709-002, for open and specific category operations.
Following FAA Final Rule for Remote ID of UAV , all drones in flight must be compliant with the ASTM F3411-19 standard and broadcast identification and location information that can be received by other parties.
As per the law, all drone operators need, or will need, to equip their non-compliant drones with modules providing remote identification broadcast capabilities.
Drone operators will be able to duly conduct their operations into the National Airspace System (NAS) administered by the FAA in the United States. All other countries aligned with the FAA and having implemented the ASTM F3411-19 standard will be able to ensure a safe and secure integration of drones into their respective airspace.