BLIP combines tracking capabilities with e-Identification. From the moment the device senses vertical movement, it starts sending the tracking data over the LTE wireless broadband network to the UTM backbone.
Additionally, BLIP uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to broadcast the drone's e-Identification, 3D location and take-off position in compliance with the European legal requirements for drone flights.
These data can be accessed in real-time by relevant authorities through secured applications. This allows for example a police patrol to read out all details of drones flying within a distance of up to 200 metres of the patrol's position.