Wind, rain and cold can not only impair the show experience for the spectators, but also affect the technology. Depending on the drone fleet, fresh wind, drizzle and a bit of cold are no problem. The weather is a fixed planning parameter of our shows right from the start, and so we already include weather data in the evaluation during the feasibility study.
Our project management observes the weather developments on the day of the event days before construction and coordinates them with the weather services on an ongoing basis. If a safe drone show can no longer be guaranteed, the staging must be canceled or postponed.
Since weather conditions can also develop more violently than announced, the responsible pilot makes the final decision on the day of the event as to whether a drone show can be carried out safely. In case of doubt: Better safe than sorry!
Even if the drones do not release any fine dust or CO2 emissions during the show, indirect factors (e.g. charging infrastructure, logistics, etc.) must be taken into account.
Out of conviction, we do everything technically and humanly possible to reduce the carbon footprint of our shows to a minimum. We have been developing sustainable solutions with our partners for years. As pioneers in the sustainable energy supply of our shows, we use e.g. solar-powered pop-up power modules instead of diesel aggregates to supply our required infrastructure with electricity. The fact that the band Coldplay, as a pioneer of sustainable touring, is now also using this technology on their "Music of the Spheres" tour shows that we are on the right track. https://sustainability.coldplay.com/
Are you coming into contact with drone shows for the first time and would like to get an overview of the process, the possibilities and costs? Then our introductory webinar will give you a quick overview.
In the 20-minute webinar, our drone show experts will provide you with everything you need to know as a customer. You will then have the opportunity to ask your questions in a Q&A session.