Ladies and Gentlemen, Our SIERRA UAV is in the final stages of commissioning and compliance with aviation certification. We have conducted extreme load tests of the power system in controlled conditions to ensure optimum safety of the UAV at all times. We have used the latest in Finite Element Analysis, backed up by real world […]
XM2 are re-defining heavy lift drones in the cinematography industry with the announcement of “XM2 – Sierra”. Capable of flying the Freefly Systems Movi XL gimbal with huge payloads… she is shipping off with Stephen Oh, the CEO of XM2, to Los Angeles for the Ausfilm week. This UAV has been entirely designed in-house in Melbourne Australia HQ, and extensively tested […]
A magician never reveals their secrets, but in this case we can’t help ourselves. On a recent project for William Hill, we were engaged to capture aerial footage for their upcoming Australian Open TVC campaign. On the first day of shoot, the production were unable to create the special effects of the wake required for […]
Our X8 Super aircraft featured on Channel 7 News this week flying high on the movie set of Pacific Rim: Uprising that closed large parts of downtown Brisbane. It’s always surreal working on sets like this when Hollywood comes to town when they totally transform downtown Brisbane to look like downtown Tokyo.
We have been on location for the past month creating movie magic with the team from Legendary Pictures for the Hollywood blockbuster franchise film, Pacific Rim: Uprising. With another month of shooting remaining, the production is pushing our team to continually innovate to ensure we capture the most creative and impactful moments imaginable. Working as a standalone unit […]
Literally Hanging On By Our Fingernails In heavy wind conditions our team were able to safely complete some beautiful drone shots for the new Mercedes TVC in an extreme location. Weather conditions were within our no-fly tolerance, but with the payload and shot requirements, the team had to work hard to ensure that the craft […]
This was one of the coldest and windiest projects we have ever encountered. 40 knot gusting winds and minus 5 degrees celsius. This tested not only our stamina, but our operating procedures to ensure craft, batteries and our team stayed warm and functioning throughout. As we were in New Zealand we adopted a bit of […]