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Dronisos targets US market following exciting year

Dronisos is seeking partners in the US following a successful year, which saw the company serve as a technology partner for Disneyland Paris






Drone expert Dronisos is seeking potential partners and collaboration opportunities in the US following an exciting year for the company.

Founded in 2016, the French drone entertainment company rose to prominence after appearing on British reality series Britain’s Got Talent. In the years since, Dronisos has performed more than 50,000 drone flights, with installations at theme parks, museums, circuses, musicals and cruise ships around the world.

Currently, the company operates drone shows at several major theme parks, including Dollywood in the US and Puy de Fou in France.

Dronisos has performed more than 50,000 drone flights with current installations at Dollywood (pictured) and Puy de Fou   CREDIT: DRONISOS


The company also serves as an official technology partner for Disneyland Paris, with its drone technology used in the park’s thirtieth anniversary DLight celebration. The night-time spectacular features a fleet of Dronisos drones forming a glittering number 30, which doubles as Mickey Mouse’s iconic silhouette, above the recently-refurbished Sleeping Beauty castle.

Originally slated for a 12-month run, DLight was scheduled to close on August 31, 2022, but the show was extended until September 2023, with Dronisos confirming the news at this year’s IAAPA Expo Europe in September.

The company, which is headquartered in Bordeaux, France, and Orlando, US, also had a presence at this year’s IAAPA Expo in Orlando, showcasing its latest projects and offering attendees an up-close look at its exciting drone technology.

“The shows that bring man and machine together creating a new form of cultural expression have made Dronisos the world leader in drone entertainment,” said a Dronisos statement.

“With the Disney D-Light show, Dronisos has further cemented its position as the world leader in permanent drone show installations. Currently operating daily drone shows in four theme parks in France, Dronisos installations can also be found in museums, circuses, musicals and on cruise ships all over the world. Dronisos’ next target market is the US, where it is currently in talks with several prominent theme parks.”


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Dronisos targets US market following exciting year

Dronisos is seeking partners in the US following a successful year, which saw the company serve as a technology partner for Disneyland Paris





Drone expert Dronisos is seeking potential partners and collaboration opportunities in the US following an exciting year for the company.

Founded in 2016, the French drone entertainment company rose to prominence after appearing on British reality series Britain’s Got Talent. In the years since, Dronisos has performed more than 50,000 drone flights, with installations at theme parks, museums, circuses, musicals and cruise ships around the world.

Currently, the company operates drone shows at several major theme parks, including Dollywood in the US and Puy de Fou in France.

Dronisos has performed more than 50,000 drone flights with current installations at Dollywood (pictured) and Puy de Fou   CREDIT: DRONISOS


The company also serves as an official technology partner for Disneyland Paris, with its drone technology used in the park’s thirtieth anniversary DLight celebration. The night-time spectacular features a fleet of Dronisos drones forming a glittering number 30, which doubles as Mickey Mouse’s iconic silhouette, above the recently-refurbished Sleeping Beauty castle.

Originally slated for a 12-month run, DLight was scheduled to close on August 31, 2022, but the show was extended until September 2023, with Dronisos confirming the news at this year’s IAAPA Expo Europe in September.

The company, which is headquartered in Bordeaux, France, and Orlando, US, also had a presence at this year’s IAAPA Expo in Orlando, showcasing its latest projects and offering attendees an up-close look at its exciting drone technology.

“The shows that bring man and machine together creating a new form of cultural expression have made Dronisos the world leader in drone entertainment,” said a Dronisos statement.

“With the Disney D-Light show, Dronisos has further cemented its position as the world leader in permanent drone show installations. Currently operating daily drone shows in four theme parks in France, Dronisos installations can also be found in museums, circuses, musicals and on cruise ships all over the world. Dronisos’ next target market is the US, where it is currently in talks with several prominent theme parks.”


 



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