The new EU regulation 2019/947 covering the rules and procedures for drone
operations has entered into force on 31 December 2020. As a response, we have
launched Dronald: An interactive guide that helps drone operators to comply
with the new EU rules.
You may have heard about the new European Union regulations 2019/945 and 2019/947 that will enter into force by the end of 2020. In short, these directives divide drone operations into several categories and define requirements on pilots and drones for each of the categories.
We are pleased to announce we have manufactured the first working batch of
Dronetag Mini, our hardware device for remote drone identification within
the U-space regulatory framework. On top of that, we have perfected the core
features of our app which allows us to finally test our solution as a whole.
We are celebrating again! This time we won the Galileo Masters 2019 national
round. This competition, sometimes called ‘Space Oscars’, is focused on
innovation linked with satellite navigation. You may visit the official website
for more information about Galileo Masters.
On 10 and 11 September, the Prague Exhibition Center will transform into a gate
to the future as part of the Future Port Prague festival, and it will offer
futuristic technologies insights to all coming visitors. Drones are one of the
main topics, so it is no surprise that Dronetag will be one of the exhibitors.
As part of this third year anniversary of this festival, we will be showcasing
prototypes of Dronetag Pro and Dronetag Mini at our booth.
On 8. August 2019 a two-year incubation contract was signed between Dronetag s.r.o. and business incubator ESA BIC Prague, legally represented by business support agency CzechInvest. Apart from Dronetag, another two projects were admitted - Neuron Soundware and Stratosyst. The admission was based on a regular tender, where dozens of promising projects apply each year.