Design Raid News XIRO Xplorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Won Three Red Dot Design Awards

XIRO Xplorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Won Three Red Dot Design Awards

XIRO – a company focuses on R&D and manufacture of drones, is honored with Red Dot Design Awards 2016. With three products’ application, all of the three gain the jurors’ approval and the glory of excellence in industrial design.

XIRO Xplorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
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XIRO Xplorer V received the most prestigious “Best of the Best Product Design Award”, while the as-yet-launched Xplorer 2 and Xplorer mini received the Reddot Product Design Award.

XIRO Xplorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
© XIRO Drones

Xplorer V–a classic design of XIRO, almost as with a crystal, this kind of design arranges the elements in a spiral pattern to create an enclosed shape.

XIRO Xplorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
© XIRO Drones

The drone adopts an easy-to-follow modular design, a specific form with elegance and technology sense unseen in the peer industry. It can be easily disassembled without the need for tools and can be maintained properly even by the average person.

XIRO Xplorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
© XIRO Drones

The gimbal, battery and control module are available individually, an approach that reduces maintain costs. In addition, an intelligent battery management ensures that it will return automatically when it flies beyond the effective remote control distance or if the battery runs low, this drone offers a high degree of safety.

Its expressive design lends it an identity of a kind and emotionalizes the user.

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