Delivery drones have to be capable of flying beyond the visual line of sight in order to bring packages to their final destinations.
Smart software determines and executes the ideal route for every individual delivery.
Multiple drones can freely operate in overlapping airspace without any risk of collision, whether piloted or autonomously.
Delivery Tracking App
Track your package en route, approve the final approach, confirm delivery, and send the drone home – all from the app.
To successfully scale a drone-delivery operation, autonomous flight is a prerequisite. High Lander’s industry-leading fleet management system can instantly turn your individual delivery drones into a cohesive unit of coordinated smart drones. Whether they’re collaborating to fulfill a long-range medical delivery, or simply avoiding each other while crisscrossing through crowded skies with lunch orders in tow, High Lander-powered drones will get the job done quickly and safely.
While delivery within a small, defined area may be fairly easy to set up, that ignores a large portion of delivery requirements. Some deliveries will need to go from city to city, some from county to county, and some even from state to state - but no single drone can fly that far! High Lander’s dedicated delivery management system, distributed droneports, multidrone collaborative missions, and BVLOS-capabilities allow nearly limitless delivery.
Different packages need different drones, and with High Lander you can use any drone on the market. Whether you need high-capacity drones to deliver refrigerated goods, hot pizzas, or a mini-drone to carry a priority package such as a blood sample, you can connect either (or both!) to High Lander and manage the consignment from pick-up to delivery.
for Delivery Networks
Delivery-by-drone requires spontaneous, unique flight plans; dynamic collision avoidance; accurate local data including NFZs and GIS information; fully autonomous flight capabilities; intelligently coordinated fleets, and more. Our platform goes above and beyond these requirements and is already facilitating both medical and consumer delivery networks.