Drone pilots searching for a safe way to tweak their setup and performance of their quadcopter drones, may be interested in a new testing rig called Quadrig. Designed by Drone Performance Sports based in Ottawa, Canada. The test rig allows pilots to fly their real drones in one place without the possibility of any crashes, Providing peace-of-mind when trying new manoeuvres and tweaking the setup of their drone for optimal performance.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Quadrig specifically designed for drone races “to reach the apex of their sport”. Once your drone is attached to the rig you can safely tweak it set up and test your new manoeuvres in safety without any chance of damaging or destroying your remote control drone. “As drone pilots, designers and engineers, we were uniquely situated to identify the problems facing the FPV community, and overcome them, one innovation at a time.”
Quadrig has this week launched via Kickstarter with the aim of raising CAD $35,000 over the next 27 days. Pledges are available from CAD$374 for early bird backers with shipping expected to take place during June 2018 if all goes well. For full specifications and a list of all available pledges jump over to the official Kickstarter Quadrig campaign page by following the link below.
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