Behind The Scenes — how a drone light show is created
Drone light shows are more than just mere entertainment — they’re a powerful demonstration of where drone swarm technology is today.
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Dronisos drone show system takes to the Paris skies for Disney+.
Dronisos to manage drone fleet at Puy du Fou
Delta Drone and Dronisos announced today the signing of a strategic partnership that aims at integrating the professional ATMOS solution designed and developed by Delta Drone into Dronisos’s commercial offering.
How Much Does A Drone Light Show Cost?
Chances are, you may not have heard of drones being used purely for aesthetic purposes in the form of drone light shows, and even if you did, it would have only been very recently.
Goodbye Fireworks, Hello Drone Light Shows!
While fireworks have been the goto option for hundreds of years, technology is advancing rapidly and we now have a more futuristic and eco-friendly alternative to staging dazzling night sky shows — Drones.
Parrot + Dronisos: Imagining the future of Drone Automation
Parrot, the leading European drone group, and Dronisos, a pioneer in the creation and production of customized drone swarm light shows, are expanding their ongoing partnership to explore new applications for drone flight automation leveraging the Parrot ANAFI drone platform.
Drone Light Shows — indoor vs outdoor
A few years ago, the thought of hundreds of drones lighting up the night sky with images and stories would have been unimaginable.Today, drones offer unparalleled artistic possibilities due to the large canvas they use — the sky!
The Evolution of Drones — from military to art
Like many technological innovations (viz the internet and GPS), drones were first developed in the military field. The aerial vehicle’s ability to fly without a pilot on board made it possible to carry out missions more efficiently than if they were entrusted to a conventional aircraft.
Dronisos Sets New Indoor World Record
The Italian towns of Turin, Genoa and Florence are innovating this year as they celebrate San Giovanni via video broadcast with no public gathering. The town of Turin opted to create a drone display, combining art and robotics, operated by the French company Dronisos.