blimp inspired drones

Blimp inspired drones to fly ads in tourism areas

As you move to the beach of Saipan sipping on an Orange Crush, you will be able to see one of the blimp inspired drones carrying an advertisement of Grey Goose Vodka flying down the shore.  This is a banner based in San Diego created by a drone advertisement company called Promo Drone. Recently, this company announced that it has reached an agreement with Bella Wings Aviation for the advanced drone services.

What to look into the blimp inspired drones?

blimp inspired drones

Adding to the partnership mentioned above, you can expect to see the blimp inspired drones such as the DJI Matrice 600 Pro to carry out banners around the tourist areas in the South Pacific location. This partnership will allow the Promo Drone company to provide a physical banner system. This will include the attachments and the connecting parts.

Bella Wings Aviation, the partner of Promo Drone, will be held responsible for the flying of drones across the South Pacific location. The blimp inspired drones are expected to carry the banners with a dimension of 2.5’x1.5. These drones will be able to fly a pair of banners at the same time.

The drone will have the capacity to fly above 25-50 feet and try to correspond with the FAA Part 107 rules and regulations. As per now, they fly in accordance to the FAA rules and try to fly adjacent to the areas where certain activities are taking place so they can avoid hitting people during the flight operation.

Summing up

Promo Drone company has come as a breath of fresh air for the drone enthusiasts. They feel that the blimp inspired drones have enabled them to share news regarding their upcoming products and innovations consistently.  Furthermore, the company expects that its partnership with the Bella Wings Aviation will enable them to cover South Pacific Islands beyond Saipan, but will also look into the Federated States of Micronesia and Palau.

Let us know whether you will be a fan of flying drones as flying billboards? Do you see a future in this regard?

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