High Lander and UAV Latam to provide drone fleet management in nine Latin American countries

Latin American drone operator UAV Latam, with subsidiaries in nine countries across the continent, has announced that it will be using High Lander’s Orion drone fleet management software as the primary operating system across its entire fleet.

According to the press release, the partnership aims to enhance the capabilities of the drone fleets operated by UAV Latam’s subsidiaries across their various geographies and industries of operation, while helping High Lander expand its presence in the LATAM region.

UAV Latam is a drone operations specialist with more than ten years of experience executing drone missions in Panama, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. Via its subsidiaries, the company provides drone operations in sectors such as mining, agriculture, public safety, energy, private security, academic research, and more. Specialized services include deliveries, perimeter defence, site inspection and analysis, crowd monitoring, geospatial data collection, spill simulations, and so on. In its role as a third-party operator, UAV Latam works with many different types of drone, including the DJI Phantom 4 RTK, the WingtraOne GEN II, ALTI’s Transition-M, the eBee X Sensefly and Speedbird Aero’s DLV-2.

High Lander’s Orion drone fleet management platform is a drone-agnostic software solution that can power multiple, simultaneous missions at scale, along with flexible mission creation, real-time fleet oversight, and built-in safety and utility features. The platform’s BVLOS capabilities will support connecting remote communities to UAV Latam’s delivery network.

Orion provides the operator with a central dashboard through which it can dispatch and manage its missions throughout Latin America. The platform has no limitations in terms of scale or distance, says the press release.

High Lander began operating in Brazil earlier this year via its São Paulo-based subsidiary Ôguen, and it provides UTM services to Speedbird Aero, a drone delivery company operating in seven cities across Brazil.

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