Intel Corporation is a technological and international corporation based in the United States. Intel manufactures drones for inspections as well as swarm-capable drones for usage in drone light shows at night. Intel has completed over 1,000 presentations in over 23 countries on six continents and has a track record of safety that aviation authorities across the world trust.
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Intel® Drone Light shows prices start at $99k
500 Premium Drones prices start at $299k
300 Premium Drones prices start at $199k
300 Classic Drones prices start at $149k
200 Classic Drones prices start at $99k
World-class creative teams can swiftly develop, test, and simulate 3D graphics thanks to Intel's cutting-edge animation and performance control tools. This program also aids in performance safety by automatically mapping collision-free paths and allowing us to operate a whole fleet of hundreds, if not thousands, of drones from a single computer.
Intel's next-generation Premium drones are brighter, quicker, and have better positional precision, resulting in more precise animations. Their enhanced brilliance, thanks to four LEDs, makes them ideal for settings with limited airfield space and intense ambient light, such as cities and stadiums.
For clients on a tight budget, Intel Classic Drones are excellent. These drones are a great choice for situations with low ambient light and plenty of landing space.
Intel's Shooting Star quadcopter drone is built for light displays. It's made of Styrofoam and lightweight polymers, with built-in light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for display. A single computer and operator can operate a large number of Shooting Star drones, which can generate over four billion color combinations from the built-in LEDs, with the system's algorithms regulating the choreography and optimizing the flight routes.