Speedbird Aero and High Lander sign memorandum of understanding to support global delivery

Drone delivery company Speedbird Aero and uncrewed traffic management (UTM) developer and service provider High Lander have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to lay the groundwork for future partnerships and collaborations across the world, says the press release.

“Speedbird Aero and High Lander provide field-tested solutions that are already in active use at scale. By leveraging Universal UTM, Speedbird Aero will ensure that its flight operations are carried out safely and efficiently without endangering other aircraft or people on the ground, while demonstrating to regulators that full oversight of uncrewed aerial activity is possible.

“Furthermore, the partnership provides a strategic foundation for a new consortium of aviation players throughout the LATAM region. As part of a strategic program, the two companies are currently in touch with various stakeholders, including the Brazilian Association of Civil Aviation Pilots (ABRAPAC), the Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), the Brazilian Department of Airspace Control (DECEA), Embraer, Saipher, and more.”

Speedbird Aero was the first company to receive regulatory approval from the ANAC to execute commercial drone deliveries, including BVLOS and night flights, and it is partnered with leaders in various industries, including food delivery, healthcare, e-commerce, and more. Speedbird Aero operates its drone fleet for logistic purposes across Brazil and other countries.

High Lander’s Universal UTM solution is approved to provide UTM services to the Israeli National Police Force, and has been successfully tested for integration with existing national air traffic control systems.

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