Japanese tech giant Sony unveiled its new Airpeak drone in early January. Launched with ambitious features, the Sony Airpeak drone once again showed how durable it is in a new video shared by the company.
Sony Airpeak remains balanced in the wind, where even man will be shaken. Because in the video below, it’s all there.
The company conducted tests of the Airpeak drone in an artificial wind. However, the drone showed excellent resistance even to a speed of 44 mph.
This test was carried out in the JAXA wind tunnel to simulate real-world wind speed. A large fan and a pair of funnels were used in this tunnel.
As seen above, the Sony Airpeak drone is perfectly resistant even to strong wind. The company said that this drone is not used to make it to the U.S. He says he can also fly at 44 mph. Because in the video, it’s clear.
Wind speeds of 40 mph often destabilize even humans. A person cannot stay in balance when walking in the wind at this speed or trying to stand still. Sony, however, shows that the Airpeak drone is surprisingly stable despite high-speed winds. The footage in the video was recorded by Sony’s drone. The integrated camera placed on this drone, when carefully looked at, is rarely shaken during the operation. This demonstrates how resilient Sony Airpeak is.
But users are also curious about the actual use tests of this drone. Because in the test that’s here, the wind only comes from one direction. But real-world winds have the potential to be more challenging and further hamper flight conditions. Sony is therefore expected to release a different video showing actual usage tests.
Let’s see if the Japanese manufacturer will also test this drone for real use, which it claims to be durable.