Verge Aero, a front-runner in drone show technology, has introduced its newest product, the Verge Aero X7 drone. This addition to Verge Aero’s product range seeks to further simplify access to the burgeoning drone entertainment sector. With integrated, user-centric software for designing and managing drone shows, along with competitive pricing, the X7 targets making drone entertainment more accessible for both individuals and institutions.
Nils Thorjussen, CEO of Verge Aero, shared,
“Verge Aero is committed to mainstreaming drone shows. Our drones, coupled with intuitive software, provide an all-inclusive solution at a price conducive to widespread adoption. The Verge Aero X7 is our answer to the rising demand for drone shows, and it’s structured to eliminate existing hurdles for those aspiring to join the industry.”
The reveal, which took place at UP.Summit, emphasized the X7's compact design for efficient storage and shipping. Moreover, the drone is equipped with state-of-the-art features such as an improved battery system for quick charging and enhanced battery longevity, refined GPS functionalities, increased resistance to wind and rain, and upgrades to its integrated control software.
The X7 can be integrated effortlessly with Verge Aero’s X1 drone fleets, enhancing the show experience by leveraging the strengths of the X1 model.
Through the technological advancements of the X7, Verge Aero consolidates its operations, offering an unparalleled experience with its software and hardware. This system diminishes the labor and technical expertise previously associated with drone show setups.
Key features of the X7 include Verge Aero Design Studio, an advanced design software, the Verge Aero Flight Control Hub for fleet flight planning, and Verge Aero’s Skystream app that enhances audience interaction by providing synchronized audio to spectators.
Customers of Verge Aero are privy to a digital content library, potential collaboration prospects, as well as support and training.
To commemorate the X7’s release, Verge Aero is rolling out a starter package tailored for newcomers aiming to venture into drone show business. This kit comprises fifty drones, complete software access, and training resources.