For many of us, images of summer days at the beach include looking up to see all manner of advertisements in the sky: auto detailing, insurance agents, or local real estate. There seem to be fewer of them these days, but they may be coming back: thanks to a new drone concept by Spain’s CATUAV. CATUAV produces top-ranked industrial grade, lightweight fixed-wing drones for multiple commercial applications.
Now, with their partners at the BCN Drone Center, a drone training school and test site, CATUAV has designed and manufactured a drone perfect for pulling banners in the sky – less expensive and easier to see than traditional sky advertising pulled by manned aircraft.
Additionally, BCN Drone Center points out, “these drones produce zero emissions and almost no noise.”
So if you’ve been lucky enough to spend the day on the beach in Spain recently, you may have had that classic summer experience – with a twist.
“BCN Drone Center has been training pilots from our customer, Annunzia, for such special drone application. This summer, the firm has been successfully conducting flight campaigns along the Catalan coast and the Balearic islands. Every day, more companies like LIDL, Decathlon, Carrefour or Burger King decide to switch from manned sky ads, to unmanned ones.”
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