Intel’s cutting-edge technology and the limitless creativity of Disney combine to reimagine the light show experience. The spectacle invites guests of Disney Springs to look up to the sky and make a wish as images of the holidays painted by Intel® Shooting Star™ drones dance above.
Intel's commitment to explore flight at an unlimited number continues with the deployment of five hundred Intel® Shooting Star™ drones. The Intel® Shooting Star™ drone features a lightweight, safe design with a reworked software system to support incredible light show experiences upping the ante for the Guinness World Record title.
By integrating sensors, computing, and communication technologies from Intel into these aerial devices, they become much more versatile to be used by any industry in ways that can truly transform, improve, and even save lives.
See the Yuneec Typhoon H* in action using Intel® RealSense™ technology which can simulate the vision capabilities of human eyes. The Intel® Atom™ processor then analyzes this data to map the terrain and respond with intelligent obstacle navigation.
Capturing incredibly detailed photographic and 3D data, a team from Intel and Airbus demonstrated an aircraft visual inspection technology with a modified AscTec Falcon* 81 with Intel® RealSense™ cameras—promising to speed aircraft downtime from 2 hours to under 15 minutes.
The world-record holding synchronized Drone 100 experience from Intel made its debut in the skies over Palm Springs, California. To bring such a complex show to life, Intel worked with the FAA on the only Section 333 exemption allowing a flight like this in the U.S.
Head to Intel's tech culture magazine to discover the people and technologies that are changing the world of drones – check back regularly for new articles on UAVs, light shows, and more.
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