Through its network of global service centers, Robotic Skies will provide warranty program and field support management for Latitude Engineering customers.
Based in Tucson, Ariz., Latitude Engineering manufactures three types of UAS and has extensive experience in the integration of autopilots, cameras, sensors and custom software into unmanned platforms, including fixed-wing aircraft, rotor-wing aircraft and aerostats, the companies say.
Latitude Engineering says its Hybrid Quadrotor technology combines the vertical takeoff and landing capabilities of a quadcopter and the efficiency, speed and range of a fixed-wing aircraft. Designed for long endurance – 12 to 24 hours – the company’s Latitude HQ-60 UAS has an 8- to 12-lb. payload capacity and uses the Hybrid Quadrotor technology.
With a network of 130 independently owned and operated service centers throughout the world, Robotic Skies’ customers include multi-rotor, hybrid, fixed-wing and optionally manned platform manufacturers, as well large commercial enterprises and outsourced fleet operators.