At IBC, the world's largest broadcasting conference and exhibition, the Swedish UAV manufacturer Intuitive Aerial was awarded for its latest aerial cinematic camera rig, the BLACK ARMORED DRONE. The 12-rotor electrical helicopter was selected most eye-catching of the show amongst 1400 exhibitors.
"Since the introduction of the BLACK ARMORED DRONE in Las Vegas in April 2013, the interest we have received is overwhelming", serial entrepreneur and Chairman of the Board Jonas Lindqvist says, "After managing to get over the hurdle of limited production we are now already able to deliver one complete system a week".
The BLACK AMORED DRONE is a carbon fiber multi rotor helicopter with a gyro-stabilized gimbal able to carry 9 kg of camera equipment. The drone has been designed and manufactured in Sweden by a team that has many years of experience within broadcasting, games and special effects, civil aviation, UAV and military fighter technology.
"Currently the market demand of our product exceeds our production capacity. This give us the opportunity to carefully select the most suited customers to represent our state of the art brand." adds Torkel Danielsson, CEO. "We are looking forward seeing many creative productions using our aerial camera rig in the nearest future."
For more information:
Torkel Danielsson, CEO Intuitive Aerial, +46 72 304 78 79
Intuitive Aerial makes premium aerial camera rigs that makes the modern movie and broadcast producers dream come true, realizing unreachable camera paths and action scenes without technological limitations, within an industry of eternal demand for innovation and technical breakthrough, taking content to the next level.
IBC (International Broadcasting Convention) is the premier annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide. Attracting 50,000+ attendees from more than 170 countries, IBC combines a highly respected and peer-reviewed conference with an exhibition that exhibits more than 1,400 leading suppliers of state of the art electronic media technology.