Progressive technological know-how, motion-packed racing, and global championships: extra and extra individuals all over the entire world are identifying a passion for drone racing. BMW is collaborating with the Drone Racing League (DRL), the global, leading drone racing circuit, to even more produce large-overall performance racing drones in the BMW Team wind tunnel and carry a qualified drone race to BMW Welt.
Jörg Reimann, Head of BMW Global Brand name Expertise, said: “The partnership with DRL will greatly enhance BMW’s racing involvement with upcoming-oriented formats. Drone racing is a pretty aggressive style of racing, characterised by the interplay of incredibly large-overall performance product and electronic technological know-how. This represents an surroundings in which BMW has assumed a groundbreaking position for a lot of several years in its main company. We are pretty much hunting forward to this collaboration and to the new function formats that we will be creating jointly with our associates.”
DRL organizes the most significant world drone racing collection, the DRL Allianz Entire world Championship, in which elite FPV (Initially Man or woman Look at) pilots race personalized-built DRL drones as a result of sophisticated, three-dimensional classes in legendary venues throughout the entire world. As the Official Spouse, BMW is bringing the second to past race of the 2018 season to Munich on July 28, having place at BMW Welt. The race will be broadcast this drop in extra than seventy five nations on major sporting activities applications such as Prosieben.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with BMW, a entire world-class motorsports brand with a rich legacy of innovation. We glimpse forward to bringing the futuristic activity of drone racing to BMW Welt and placing our proprietary technological know-how to the examination to make record with BMW,” said DRL CEO and Founder, Nicholas Horbaczewski.
Final calendar year, DRL hand-designed the DRL RacerX, the quickest racing drone on earth, which set the Guinness World RecordTM for the quickest ground speed by a battery-powered remote-controlled quadcopter at a speed of 265.87 km/h. Many thanks to a shut collaboration with the BMW Team, DRL will now purpose to break this report. Exams will consider place in the wind tunnel at the Aerodynamic Take a look at Center with this formidable objective in head, enabling DRL to leverage the technological know-how of the auto manufacturer.
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