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Berlin hardware startup Skysense launches drone range

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15 December 2014



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Skysense is a Berlin-based start up designing and manufacturing a range of products to enable the remote operation of drones. Their first two products are the Skysense Charging pad and Skysense Hangar. 

The Skysense Charging Pad is a charging pad for drones that can be remotely operated, it provides fast charging and wide landing area, it supports nearly all existing multicopters and VTOL aircrafts and it can charge multiple drones at the same time.

The Skysense Hangar is a protective hangar to store and recharge the drone between flights.

These products are the start of the infrastructure needed if you are planning to maintain routine operations. Now Skysense have launched a range of multicopters designed for professional photographers. The SS700 hexacopter is the entry level model starting from €1,498. The SS750 Hexacopter is the mid level model starting from €2.998. The SS900 Octocopter is the top level model and starts from €4,498.

To celebrate Skysense has launched this showreel:



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Ben Fisher is the co-founder and CEO of Bookadrone. Ben comes from a background in marketing and digital product development.
Ben Fisher is the co-founder and CEO of Bookadrone. Ben comes from a background in marketing and digital product development.





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