I used velcro for both locators to the back of the battery housing, at the rear of the Inspire. The Marco Polo antenna curls up as shown over the top of the inspire. The photo will show how I mounted them, although since I have no more Inspire (it's at DJI Repairs in LA for 6-7+ more weeks), this is a photo before the crash. The Marco Polo is only 12 grams weight, so its very unlikely to come off, since it has so little inertia. Remember that if it does come off in a violent crash (mine stayed on in my crash), it will still be transmitting, and you can still find it! Also shown is the Drone Mods cellular locator below it. I also have a larger unit for my dog's collar and use the "locating unit" for both. The Drone Mods unit was ripped off during the crash of the Inspire, and was found on the ground (heavier and more inertia). Note that both locator units and the Inspire have my name, phone numbers to call, and "Reward for Return" labels (as shown, although Drone Mods sticker is on opposite side and therefore not seen in these photos)I just bought a marco polo and getting used to it,did you just use the velcro attachment or did you wire tie on ,hate to loose the tag
I am glad it helped you find the inspire
I just posted better photos of the mounting of the locators on the Inspire (5 posts back).I also had a mishap were the Inspire flew into thick bush / tree cover. The Marco Polo tracker took me straight to the tree but I still couldn't see my Inspire. I had to quickly fire up the motors and locate it by sound...low and behold it was directly above were the Marco Polo had localized it to be. My suggestions would be for the Polo tag unit to make a sound or like some other pilots have done add a powerful strobe light for enhance visual tracking and recovery.
Nice mounting job.