Skyrobotic and Fidogroup finalize the agreement for filming with drones the construction sites of Expo 2015 Milan
- Signed an agreement for the supply of multicopter SR-SF6 for the project “Belvedere in the City” of Telecom Italia and Expo 2015 Milan
- Through video footage edited by Fidogroup through the Skyrobotic drones will be possible to follow the progress of the construction site of the Universal Exhibition
- The strategic partnership with Fidogroup allowed to integrate into the Skyrobotic unmanned aircraft system the most advanced technologies of video capture with 4K standard
- Thanks to this application, Skyrobotic become the industrial reference for the market of filming, broadcast and video streaming
Skyrobotic, active in the design, development and industrial production of unmanned aerial systems(drones) and part of Italeaf Group, and Fidogroup, a leader in the field of ICT services with a focus on technologies for communication and events, signed a agreement for the supply of multicopter SR-SF6 for the project “Belvedere in the City” of Telecom Italia and Expo 2015 Milan.
From September, anyone can follow the progress of the works on the construction site of the Universal Exhibition. Every week in Expo Gate, which will become the “panoramic viewpoint” on the exhibition site into Milan town, and on the web pages and social channels of Expo 2015, will be showed the videos captured by the Skyrobotic SR-SF6 drone in the construction sites area, thanks to the integration with the Fidogroup technologies of video capture.
The agreement was presented at the Triennale of Milan as part of the opening ceremony of the new multi-functional space TIM4Expo, which has the objective of promoting innovation and previews of services and solutions designed for the Universal Exhibition.
Michele Feroli, Managing Director of Skyrobotic, commented:
“The SR-SF6 drones used have six rotors in electric propulsion, high efficiency and are controlled by the last generation of autopilots developed by SkyRobotic, that is able to supply advanced automatic features in the video footage in real time. The SkyRobotic UAS has, among other things, a termination solution of the flight with redundant systems, the ability to define “No Fly Zone” and a whole host of features to ensure maximum safety of the flight in any operational scenario. The SR-SF6, in the specific configuration for the reliefs of Expo, is equipped with a system of payload stabilized and protected from the vibrations capable of accommodating cameras, especially cameras with 4K standard, infrared sensors and other systems for the detection of environmental characteristics. The system is capable of displaying video transmission to ground of the image taken by the camera on board to allow the correct composition of the shots. Thanks to a partnership with Fidogroup and Telecom Italia, we were have developed a strong integration between the 4G LTE standard for the communication of high speed data access, streaming video to ground and the core infrastructure of the drone. The effect you get is very spectacular and allows the development of solutions based on technologies Skyrobotic able to provide a high value-added applications in broadcast and film“.
Giovanni Cicu, CEO of Fidogroup, stated:
“With this transaction we confirm our leadership in next-generation services at support of the most important media events, institutional, financial, sports and communications, in Italy and in the World. For the “Belvedere project in the city”, we used a system of production to 4K video, which enables the production of video content with a resolution 4 times higher than standard Full HD, with the ability to build and deliver movies with infinite detail, quality and flexibility “.
For the realization of the video, Skyrobotic used a Panasonic LUMIX 4K camera that allows the best combination of the weight of the payload, image quality and performance of the unmanned aircraft system. The video capture activity was made in compliance with the relevant legislation, and the Italian Civil Aviation Authority regulations with the highest considerations for safety, reliability and risk mitigation.
The videos made with the Skyrobotic drones will be viewed within TIM4Expo, that is a space of 120 square meters which is a meeting point for all partners and that can also be used for exhibitions, cultural events, meetings on the topics of food, sustainability and excellence of Made in Italy. It is a technology showcase, a place of information and experimentation that will allow people to discover and share your entire digital eco-system of Expo Milano 2015 and to have an overview of the main innovative solutions that will be used in the future.
Skyrobotic Srl, with a share capital of 1.03 million Euros, is the Italian company leader in the field of unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Established in December 2013, and parte of the Italeaf group, is active in the development, manufacturing and marketing of drones in mini and micro classes for the civil and commercial use in the professional market. With a constant focus on innovation, the company intends to achieve the leadership in the field of unmanned aircraft, taking care of the whole industrial chain, from design to system integration, right through to production turnkey platform robust, practical and effective in the field of remote sensing proximity. Skyrobotic combines the know-how and decades of experience in the field of Siralab Robotics, a company with high technological content, and the track record, operational experience and financial capacity of Italeaf, group leader in the fields of cleantech and innovative industry listed on the First North segment of NASDAQ OMX in Stockholm Stock Exchange.Tweet Share
Updates from the construction sites of Expo Milano 2015 thanks to the Skyrobotic (a Italeaf company) drones and the project “Belvedere in the city.”
Until April 2015, every week, a drone will start from a pitch site located in the Exhibition EXPO 2015 and will fly at different heights the yard, taking up the progress of work. Recording, or sending images in the case of direct, will take place with the camera attached in 4G LTE TIM provided by Fidogroup.
ATC Servizi and Skyrobotic: signed an agreement for experimental and educational activities on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) Terni airport identified as an excellence center for the development of drones in civil and commercial sectors
ATC SERVIZI, a company wholly public that operates in complementary services related to mobility and manages through an “in house” service agreement the development plan of the “A. Leonardi” airfield in Terni (Italy), and Skyrobotic, an italian company based in Terni, active in the development, mass production and commercialization of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), part of Italeaf group, have signed an agreement for the use of logistic services and assistance to the flight of the operating area and air space “protected” (Notam) of the Terni airfield for experimental activities and training on the mini and micro drones for domestic and commercial use, in accordance with recent ENAC Regulations “means Aircraft Steering Remote “.
In particular, Skyrobotic is going to carry out at the airfield of Maratta, in Terni, experimental activities for research and development in order to obtain approval of unmanned aircraft systems products, training and enabling the use of drones with theoretical courses pertaining to the “Rules of the Air” (Civil Aviation Authority regulations) and operational training courses and programs with applications relating to specific job functions related to the use of UAS and drones, or photogrammetry, video inspections, etc..
Through this agreement, ATC SERVIZI SpA and Skyrobotic realized an innovative partnership in Italy with regard to the services for the sector in major expansion of unmanned aircraft, commonly known as drones, characterized by the absence of a crew onboard the flight which is governed by different types of flight control system, managed remotely by pilots on the ground.
Sergio Sbarzella, chairman of ATC SERVIZI, stated as follow: “We are very satisfied and proud, as ATC SERVIZI Spa and as Board of Directors, that the airport in Terni has been recognized and preferred to other realities for quality and reliability by Skyrobotic, a company among the most reliable in Italy and in Europe for the design, testing and production of unmanned aircraft systems. We can cooperate for the management of specialized aerial work operations technologically advanced. This partnership, in the form of integrated collaboration, confirming the role of our infrastructure in the large area of central Italy, and the skills of our airfield to support the development of the local productive activities and industries”.
Federico Zacaglioni, Managing Director of Skyrobotic, said: “The agreement with ATC SERVIZI is an important added value to the industrial activity of Skyrobotic, wich is starting the process of certification of its products and the its production organization at ENAC, with the goal of become the leading industrial company in the UAS italian the sector. The possibility to carry out experimental work in a highly specialized structure like the Terni airport, will ensure the highest standards of reliability, safety and quality of our activities of qualification and approval for the drones produced by Skyrobotic. We believe we can contribute also to the construction of a major regional value-chain in thiws industry with the launch of a specialist training for pilots and operators, with important potential implications for employment”.
Under the agreement, ATC SERVIZI will make available to Skyrobotic some services and the operational area of the Terni airport in the opening hours and days from Monday to Friday, within the limits and conditions laid down by the Code of Practice in force and in compliance with the rules concerning the management of air traffic and possible use of airspace protected (NOTAM), in agreement and in coordination with the Operations Manager.
ATC Services will also provide the meeting room, for the training courses based on specific program authorized by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority, aimed at aspiring UAS pilots, and administered by instructors with the requirements of the Regulations, or refer to an aviation agency certified ATO.