In a relatively young industry still finding its feet, a New Zealand-based drone manufacturer is already flying high worldwide.
At the time “multi-rotor” technology had just emerged; explored by a small group of enthusiasts scattered around the world and connected through forums. Initial attempts creating airframe structures and trying different motors and propeller combinations soon evolved into multi-rotor airframes made from aluminium and carbon-fibre and free from vibration – to capture professional, clean images.
The final version worked really well and was noticed by people within the multi-rotor community, who suddenly wanted to buy them.
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