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Dieses von der Gebert Rüf Stiftung geförderte Projekt wird von folgenden weiteren Projektpartnern mitgetragen: Aerotain; Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL) and Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab (ieLAB), ETH Zürich; Center for Aviation Competence of the University of St. Gallen (CFAC); ETH Zurich startup Leitwert GmbH
Project no: GRS-017/15
Amount of funding: CHF 150'000
Duration: 09.2015 - 02.2017
Area of activity:
Pilotprojekte, 1998 - 2018
8092 Zürich (Schweiz)
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The helium filled flying robot Skye is a fascinating and affordable tool for aerial advertising and entertainment. Skye can depict products or figures as a flying show element and can perform every movement you can imagine while being safe enough to be touched in flight! Our vision is to let aerial entertainment become an integral part in everyday life in environments such as concerts or sports events.
What is special about the project?
Skye’s uniqueness is characterized by its combination of safety, agility and visibility. It can be touched in flight and easily pushed away. It is further the only aerial robot known to us that can maintain any pose in space. Thanks to the majestic flight dynamics of Skye and its friendly appearance, people are astonished and characterize it as friendly. Long battery life assures hours of continuous operation.
AEROTAIN is a dedicated team currently offering our solutions as a worldwide service. With a track record of events in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Zurich and so on, we provide operation on a daily basis including pilot and everything else that is needed. Typical use cases are indoor shows, advertising and aerial filming. Upon request, we are designing and producing individual designs and are capable of realizing more complex projects on request.
Design and Control of a Spherical Omnidirectional Blimp IEEE/RSJ Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2013
Persons involved in the project
Last update to this project presentation 17.10.2018