5 incredible behind-the-scenes secrets from Singapore’s emo FPV drone ad

FPV drone ad

Remember that heartwarming, single-take FPV drone ad from a couple of months ago that peeled away at the private lives of Singaporeans? Well, we now have in-depth information on how NTUC Income, a Singapore insurance company, pulled off such an amazing piece of work. And if you’re into FPV drones, or great storytelling in general, you would want to read this.

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Singapore wants drones to watch over its water reservoirs

Singapore’s national water agency, PUB, has figured out that it can save about 5,000 manhours every year by deploying drones to conduct monitoring activities at six water reservoirs spread across the nation.

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A one-take drone ad offers a touching look at private life in Singapore

It turns out one-take drone storytelling may be actually be a genre. If you liked the viral Bryant Lake Bowling Alley video, wait until you see how the private lives of Singaporeans are peeled away in this surprisingly emotional drone FPV.

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Singaporean contractor to build a supersonic combat drone

Singaporean aviation contractor Kelley Aerospace is wanting to build supersonic combat drones to advance the warfare of tomorrow. The new supersonic drone is expected to begin production in August and ranges in price from $9 million to $16 million.

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F-drones receives funding from major shipping companies

Singaporian F-drones has announced it has received funding from major shipping companies in its seed investment round. The funding will allow the company to expand its drone delivery operations and develop its delivery drones further.

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The people of Singapore aren’t sure about residential drones

A recent study by the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore has found that the public isn’t as keen to see residential drones flying overhead as those flying above industrial zones. The study also found that drones being used in recreational areas are widely accepted.

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