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Taking Latin American Drones Higher!

Updated: Apr 27

With mining, energy, agriculture, and more target verticals represented, Latin America offers a wealth of opportunity for the commercial drone industry. Drone regulations in Latin America are developing rapidly – but a lot of work remains, says ADP Co-Founder Daniel Conde.

Topics: drones, drone regulations, Latin America, de la Asociación de Profesionales de Drones (APD – Drones), Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, French Guiana, Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Columbian drone regulations, open category, regulated category, certified category, remote identification, RID, UAS traffic management, UTM, Iberoamerican Drone Conference

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