The drone was developed as part of a campaign to promote the Drone Champions League.
Now the German company Drone Champions AG is in full swing promoting its video game Drone Champions League. To accomplish this, they even created a real passenger drone with twelve screws. The device was made of carbon fiber, and its key feature was to perform aerobatics. The vehicle was controlled remotely from the ground.
Recently, the aircraft was tested and put through its paces at the city of Vrsar (Croatia) airport. Training flights were carried out, and the drone managed to scale impressive heights of several tens of meters. At the time, a mannequin was firmly in place at the passenger seat.
After performing several complicated manoeuvres, the drone successfully landed after this test. It was time for a real passenger to take the place of the mannequin - the head of the Drone Champions Herbert Weyter. Taking to the air and managing to accomplish a height of one meter.
At the moment, the company has two prototypes, including different weights and devices. The precise features of the aircraft remain a mystery.
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