At YI Technology a press release has just been launched where they announce the official presentation in just a few days of what they themselves have baptized as YI Erida, a commercial scope tricopter made from a carbon fiber structure capable of recording video in 4K quality. One of its main attractions, as announced by the company, is the possibility of reaching speeds of 120 kilometers per hour.
Undoubtedly, YI Erida has characteristics that will surely appeal to more than one lover of the world of drones, such is the case that, according to its manufacturer, it could perfectly evolve to become a professional model at an affordable price.
YI Erida, a light drone capable of flying at 120 kilometers per hour.
Thanks to the use of carbon fiber throughout its structure, it has been possible to create a very agile drone, with greater maneuverability and above all with a much higher autonomy. In the initial tests, the company executives were able to verify not only that 120 kilometers per hour can really be reached, but that the autonomy of the battery has been extended to 40 minutes. On the other hand, thanks to the use of only three rotors the drone is much easier to transport.
Based on the statements of the CEO of the company, Sean Da:
The company has worked to solve the problems common to most unmanned aerial devices, such as the complexity of the products, the lack of consumer accessibility and, above all, the increase in flight times. The main objective is to combine the most advanced technology in an intuitive operating system and at a competitive price.