How Intel Made Its World Record-Breaking Drone Show (video)

How Intel Made Its World Record-Breaking Drone Show

In the early morning on Sunday, July 15, 2018 Intel broke the Guinness World Record for simultaneously flying the most unmanned aerial vehicles with more than 2,000 drones. The previous record was held by China's Xi'an City Wall with drones made by EHang, which was set in April, 2018, with 1,374 drones.

50 Years of Record Breaking Innovation | Drone Light Show | Intel

To celebrate Intel’s 50th anniversary, the Intel drone team broke a world record, flying thousands of Shooting Star™ drones to create the biggest and brightest synchronized drone light show on earth. Intel video above first published Jul 23, 2018.

Experience the Team in Flight at PyeongChang 2018 | Intel

Intel video above first published Feb 9, 2018: The setting? PyeongChang, South Korea in freezing cold temperatures. The goal? Fly over 1200 Intel Shooting Star drones for a record-breaking performance. Follow the drone team’s journey to the Opening Ceremony and the first flight of its kind.

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