A simple question, what would you do with simultaneous control of dozens of drones at once? When UVify puts their swarm drone, the UVify IFO, into the sky, they like to make pretty pictures and help folks celebrate special occasions. We’ve seen entertainment drones before, the Intel Shooting Star program has been fun to watch, but that’s a service, with UVify, you can throw your own light shows!
This is starting to sound like an advertisement, we really just came here to share some fun videos, UVify flew a swarm of IFO drones in a light show recently, we thought you might enjoy to watch with us.
[newsletter title=”Don’t Miss Out!” description=”Sign up now to get the latest Drone news delivered directly to your inbox! We guarantee 100% privacy. Your information will never be shared.” alignment=”right”]There are two versions of this drone available, the UVify IFO is the one that started things, a powerful drone with a huge light on it. Following that, the UVify IFO-S took the platform and added smarts. Like, lots of smarts. Powered by an Nvidia Nano mini super computer, Intel RealSense obstacle avoidance sensors and whatever payloads you need, you can fly dozens of IFO-S in a swarm to accomplish a task. Mobile signage is reserved for the IFO, search and rescue is for the IFO-S.
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To get your hands on these drones, UVify is doing something a little different. Sure, you can buy one of them, but if you really want to put dozens of them into the sky for your own light show, try their drone-as-a-service program. We like to call it a leasing program. For a monthly fee, UVify will supply the drones, offer service, training and replacements for the machines, you just head out into your community and start your own drone light show business. A cool opportunity.
What do you say, would you like to throw your own drone light show?
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