Technological progress always represents a hopeful future for those who dare to dream big, as is the case with Joseph Alexander Oteroa young venezuelan who has signed a agreement what for drones made in Colombia fly in South Korea.
Knoll, a 24-year-old from Caracas, fulfilled his dream from Colombia, a country that received him as a migrant more than six years ago, and where he has achieved his goals. And it is that, recently, Knoll signed an agreement with Jeong-hyeon Leerepresentative of the South Korean company Rovigo’sat the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce.
Rovigo’s provides an international digital platform for the control of logistics processes. The objective was to install the aforementioned platform in the light-load amphibious drones called “beetle”, manufactured by the Colombian company Maxdrone SAS. This is currently carrying out field tests at the Aeroclub Los Campanos in the department of Atlántico, given its early mass production starting the following year.
Agreement of drones made in Colombia with a South Korean company
The agreement provides for the testing of the system, carrying out operations ‘deliverys’ port-ship-ship-port at the main sea terminal in South Korea (Inchon). The South Korean company’s technological systems maintain an important presence on this site, having won the ‘UAM Global Challenge’, a competition to discover companies that promote the urban air transport industry (UAM).
The purpose of the agreement, supported by the commercial office of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Colombia, is that both companies strive to “offer clients from both nations and international clients, a fully integrated system of drone aerial deliveriesas a technological solution to optimize logistics processes and thus overcome serious problems of isolation or congestion in rural or urban areas, even in emergency or catastrophe situations, minimizing risks, reducing costs and delivery times”, he explained. KnollCEO of Maxdrone.
While, Kim Tae YongCEO of the Korean Rovigo’s, stated that his company is aware of the current growth as well as the future projections that drone deliveries mean worldwide, being proud to contribute to these developments by participating in new markets.
Kim Tae-Yong, indicated in this regard: «We bring to this alliance a robust, agile, secure, easily manageable platformthat even in high-demand environments, such as the ports of Incheon, Singapore and other ports around the world, can effectively and efficiently manage, monitor and control deliveries with this type of unmanned aerial system, integrating technologies that enable their rapid implementation in port systems and urban environments.
a dream come true
Since he was a teenager, José Alejandro Otero’s passion for drones led him to create a family business in Caracas specialized in handling drones, as well as manufacturing, repairs, training and aeronautical services, a fact that opened the doors for him in the city. Barranquilla in 2016. With his team in Venezuela, he manufactured drones with different materials such as bamboo, plastic and cardboard, in order to test the resistance and durability of the materials.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, Otero thought of designing a Styrofoam drone to transport medicines during the pandemic. The initiative was made possible with the help of a team made up of electronic, aeronautical, mechatronic and architect engineers from different regions of Colombia who work with Otero in MaxDrone.
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