Future is becoming technologically brighter day by day.We surely assume that innovations will astonish us as we proceed further towards technologically equipped events.To our surprise !!!Intel Drones are taking the challenge of putting up 3-D images just above our eyes.The tech giant Intel is offering its unmanned fleet of drones to Flash Disney’s night sky.
Intel Drones become Disney’s Flashy Fireworks
we will soon see these glittering drones all around Disney performing super duper entertainment.
This fleet of Intel drones are named as the “Shooting Star”.An aerial holiday show at Disney will showcase these 300 breathtaking drones to lighten up the sky and reflect the extravaganza on the lake below.
Intels Latest Approach
Intel sees the future in a way where these state of the art Intel Drones can be launched effectively to accomplish several activities in an way like never before. This squad of flying drones can make the world go round by either uniquely entertaining us or providing various kinds of relevant information.
While performing the show these drones can fly within 1.5 meters of each other at a speed of 3 meters per second in winds up to 8 meters per second. They have a range of about 1.5 kilometers and a flight time of 20-22 minutes. They’re all controlled from a single radio antenna located next to the pilot.
Show Stopper -Intel’s Software
The show stopper in the Flashy performance was not the drones; but the brilliant Intel’s software. Built in-house at Intel, a series of programs that enables a single pilot to get control over numerous drones. The stunning capability is to control over more than 10,000 drones ,all in a go—
Intel’s Real Sense Platform
Intel plans to use its scanning software like Real Sense Platform for this new Drone Fleet Project .The drones can perform many useful tasks like;
- inspecting an airplane
- inspecting a tower
- creating a floating LED
- providing data for security issues
- testing sites for various projects
Disney was given permission by the federal Aviation Administration to use this fleet of drones to light its Park at night through out 2020.