Latest upgrades of the SPH Engineering’s drone swarm management software UgCS DDC enables almost any drone and entertainment industry professionals to set up a drone swarm show in weeks. The UgCS DDC provides tools to incorporate drones equipped lights and other show elements into stunning outdoor shows synced to music or live performances.
UgCS Drone Dance Controller (DDC) is developed to manage a swarm of drones equipped with lights, fireworks, smoke generators or other payloads for astonishing shows. The drone choreography can be planned in 3D animation software, transformed to drone flight paths via a plugin and managed from a single computer equipped with UgCS DDC.
“It is marvellous to see a swarm of drones smoothly dancing pre-planned flight formations synchronised with music, displaying 3D shapes, brand logos or messages. The diverse payload options add the WOW effect to any show – smoke generators for daytime shows or LED-lights and fireworks for night shows,” says Janis Kuze, Sales Director of SPH Engineering. “Making this software available for UAV and entertainment industry will enrich spectators experience at events like we have already experienced it at the openings of National Football Leagues or the Olympic Games and music festivals.”
For UgCS DDC drone shows SPH Engineering has engineered a fleet of “from the shelf” part – drones are equipped with ArduCopter (open-source) and RTK GPS units, RGB LED modules and a Wi-Fi adapter. The choreography of the drone is planned in a 3D animation software, like Blender (open-source) and transformed to flight paths for UgCS. The integrated Art-Net protocol enables a smooth drone swarm incorporation to outdoor shows, as addition to lasers, beams and other fixtures. One drone operator can manage up to hundred drones from a single computer equipped with UgCS DDC.
Discover UgCS DDC in detail: www.ugcs.com/ddc.
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