Aero3A’s Drone Images Were Broadcasted Worldwide

A first at the International aerospace Paris Air Show 2015: a Quad Phantom drone put in place by Aero3A for an exclusive video coverage intended for the media. Exploited by more than 200 TV channels, and even more widely by social media, these full-HD aerial images presented a new unusual and aesthetic aspect of the largest aerospace exhibition in the world. 

 

350 TV TOPICS GENERATED THANKS TO SERVICE+ TV ASDS

 

The images of the daily breaking news and flight demonstrations of this major event were broadcasted for the SIAE/GIFAS, the exhibition organizers, via SERVICE+ TV ASDS and its MediaBank(*), towards more than 6000 journalists for 1,683 TV channels and Web TVs in 135 countries. The number of topics created can already be estimated to more than 350, based on the HD videos downloaded more than 1,050 times.

 

ENHANCED SUPPORT TO EXHIBITORS

 

For the 51st edition of the Paris Air Show, Aero3A’s crews, post-production and digital broadcast teams reinforced their support to important actors in this show such as Airbus, Boeing, Dassault Aviation, Safran, Thales, Zodiac Aerospace, etc.

Thus, with the introduction of the drone in it’s HD images offer, but also with its GoPro installed in the cockpits of aircraft during their flight demonstrations, Aero3A continues to innovate the largest events of the sector, all around the world.

 

Founded in 2006 and managed by Frédéric Aragon, Aero3A is a News and Communications agency specialised in the Aeronautics and Space, Defence and Security, Naval and Environmental sectors. From Paris, it relies on a network of experts in 35 countries.

Amongst Aero3A’s clients are Constellium, Coges (Eurosatory exhibition), Corac, Cospace, Embraer, Irkut and MiG, Photonis and Saab Aerospace.

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