Learn about air transportation logistics and drone delivery

We are the first company in Brazil and Latin America to develop and operate unmanned aerial systems (sUAS/Drones) to perform air transportation and delivery of products and medicines.


In 2019 we started the certification process of the first remotely piloted multirotor aircraft in the country. The goal is to continue to develop drone delivery technology in conjunction with our partners and under the guidance and supervision of the Brazilian aeronautical entities that regulate this industry.


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First ever authorization for delivery BVLOS flights in Latin America!

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Time is life

A new perspective

Drones have great potential to carry medicines, vaccines and provide medical help quickly. They are able to help in time-critical circumstances, in situations that require urgent responses, during disasters or medical emergencies. In Brazil, with over 30 million people living in rural areas, drones are useful when ambulances are out of reach due to poor road conditions or remote areas. Or when blood and antidotes need to be delivered quickly.

Success story (video)

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Efficiency to e-commerce

A new perspective

When drones work for an organization, consumers and employees involved in the process benefit from increased efficiency. They allow people to focus on other essentials of the buying process. With accurate geolocation programs, the drone delivery service offers a smaller margin of error. Consumers get their goods faster, companies increase their turnover rate and this leads to higher levels of productivity.

Success story (video)

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Industry agility

A new perspective

Drones can move small items quickly reducing the need for forklifts, and possibly replacing transportation systems commonly used to move boxes in distribution centers. Outside the warehouse, drones can also be used for supply chain deliveries. For example, they can ship inventory items between production facilities, potentially accelerating order fulfillment efficiency.


Creation of fixed, pre-defined routes for the safe delivery of products at low altitude.


Carry up to 2kg cargo with DLV-1 aircraft within 5 kilometers.


Carry up to 5kg cargo with the DLV-2 aircraft within a radius of up to 10 kilometers.


Prevents people and children from approaching and contacting the aircraft.


Tracking all flights in real time. The system operates with UTM characteristics and it is possible to contact operators and abort flights.


The temperature and humidity of the cargo is monitored throughout the aircraft journey. It provides traceability and suggests a new modal for healthcare.


Automated landing assisted by artificial intelligence. The load is precisely uncoupled at the destination droneport.


Aircraft has emergency parachute and autonomous flight termination system.

What are they saying?

  • Considering just the size of the mall in Campinas, the delivery can take up to 12 minutes to pick up the order at the restaurant. Using the drone, this time will vary from 30 seconds to 1 minute. As a result, we have a significant gain in logistics efficiency. (link)
  • Investing in this technology is of utmost importance and will be a gain for the entire country. This new mean of transportation will bring more agility and safety. Delivering the right product at the right temperature, for example, will be one of the big differentials in this new system. (link)
  • It is undeniable that drones, when used massively, will provide faster deliveries. Several delivery tests using the vehicles have already been performed in Brazil. In one of them, held in Alphaville, São Paulo, the delivery arrived at the destination (a condominium) in three to four minutes. By motorcycle, the delivery took 20 to 25 minutes. (link)

Fernando Martins
via O Globo

Igor Spreafico
Grupo Elfa
via Tecnologistica

Emerson Granemann
via Folha

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