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  • Writer's pictureSimon Golstein

High Lander February 2024 news roundup: High Lander, rebranded

February was a busy month for High Lander. Amongst other things, we received an extension of our license to manage air traffic throughout the country, signed a new partnership in Argentina, attended several conferences and took on new employees - and all this while completing our rebranding process. With a new design, new tagline, new product names and a new website, we're truly ready to take on the world!

National UTM license extension 

We attended an INDI seminar day and received an extension of our 'license to manage air traffic management units' from the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel. The extension expands the services that Vega UTM can provide to drone pilots throughout Israel, including flight authorization, geo-awareness and conformance monitoring.

Rebranding: Orion DFM

We announced the new name of our drone fleet management platform: Orion DFM. Orion is a symbol of power and capability, and the constellation is recognized throughout the world - so we thought it a fitting name for our solution.  

Alon Abelson at UVID Dronetech

We attended UVID Dronetech 2024, the biggest drone technology conference in Israel. It was great to be there, and even better when Alon Abelson took to the stage to give a fascinating lecture about the future of aviation. 

Rebranding: Guiding aviation 

We revealed our new company tagline: "Guiding aviation". We choose this message because it conveys what our solutions do: provide the supporting infrastructure for a new generation of aircraft. 

New LATAM partnership 

We signed a partnership with ITS Drone Solutions of Buenos Aires. The company provides UAV services throughout Argentina and will act as a local reseller of High Lander’s solutions, extending our reach in the LATAM region.  

Rebranding: complete

We were proud to present the final result of our rebranding process. Our new color scheme, geometric shape-based designs, and beautiful new website truly represent who we are as a company. Read more about it here.

A distinguished guest

We welcomed Colonel Takeshi Toyota of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force to our office last week. The colonel visited us from TERCOM, an organization responsible for the army’s education, research and development program. 

Liav Rozenberg

We took on a new software engineer, Liav Rozenberg. Liav is a former combat medic and has years of experience in full stack development. He’ll be providing support to the whole development department as they work on a range of projects. 

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