UAV event specialist Verge Aero illuminated what the Philadelphia company is calling Mexico’s first-ever drone light show.
Working with partner Sky Precision, Verge Aero launched an array of 150 drone-mounted lights, creating dancing, multi-color images in the sky during the Festival Internacional del Globo hot-air balloon festival to celebrate Día de Muertos
Founded in 2002, the FIG is based in the city of León. Seeking to provide a new approach to traditional fireworks displays, festival organizers hired Sky Precision and Verge Aero to choreograph a show. The presentation included performances by guitar maestros Rodrigo y Gabriella and Dutch DJ Martin Garrix.
“We are excited to have hosted the first drone show ever here in Mexico,” FIG CEO Escandra Salim Alle said. “The show content was amazing. The enormous crowd loved the drone show and our social media had a blast!”
A Verge Aero statement described the show:
“As with every public drone light show, safety was the primary concern for all involved. Emerging from their protected safe…