Urban Drones has collaborated with technology company SwellPro to come up with an innovative high-speed drone that doesn't just zip through the air at high speed, but is even capable of infiltrating the underwater world.
The Spry drone is impressive enough in the air thanks to its speed of 70 km/h, but what makes this particular quadcopter all the more impressive is its ability to land upside-down on the surface of the water, before using its propellers to edge benath the surface and capture video.
Currently the subject of a crowdfunding campaign over on Kickstarter, the Spry high-speed drone is a fine example of how camera-toting quadcopters will need to distinguish themselves from the competition in order to attract consumer attention in an increasingly crowded space.
This High-Speed Drone Can Capture Underwater Video
1. Underwater Drones - The Spry drone's ability to infiltrate the underwater world showcases a growing trend for subaquatic drones that can capture video.
2. High-speed Quadcopter Drones - The Spry drone's speed of 70 km/h reflects a growing trend towards developing quadcopter drones capable of higher speeds.
3. Innovative Camera-toting Quadcopter Drones - The Spry drone's ability to land upside-down on the surface and capture video reflects a trend towards innovative design in camera-toting quadcopter drones.
1. Consumer Electronics - The growing trend for high-speed and underwater drones presents an opportunity for consumer electronics companies to capitalize on these emerging consumer interests.
2. Media and Entertainment - The use of underwater drones has vast potential for the media and entertainment industry, particularly in the realm of nature documentaries and underwater exploration.
3. Search and Rescue - Subaquatic drones could revolutionize the search and rescue industry by enabling faster and more efficient underwater searches.