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Within the dynamic, highly competitive and technologically-rich aviation and aerospace sector, the potential benefits and possibilities for the use of digital video are vast.
Industry-leading companies such as Sikorsky, Airbus and Pratt & Whitney have put their faith in Dragonfly to create targeted productions that strike the right note with commercial, consumer and internal audiences.
From capturing the art of flight to giving aeronautical engineering the 3D motion graphic treatment, Dragonfly provides specialist video services that are characterised by meticulous planning, unrivalled creativity and the use of cutting-edge video production techniques.
Whether you are looking to produce instructional video, in-flight promos, ultra-slick video campaigns for industry eyes or capture an event such as a product launch or airshow, Dragonfly has the experience and expertise to deliver the goods.
We’re the precision engineers for aviation video services – and we’re not afraid of heights.
The aerospace and aviation sectors are particularly suited to the possibilities of digital video, from capturing the art of flight to giving detailed insights into aeronautical engineering. 3D animation, creative video techniques and motion graphics all come into their own when they’re used in dynamic aviation videos. We’ve worked with the likes of United Technologies, Sikorsky and Astrium, so if you need an instructional video, a video campaign or a film of your product launch you can trust Dragonfly to deliver the goods.
The Aerospace and aviation industries are the perfect place for digital video to excel. Dragonfly have worked with some of the leading companies in this field – and we’re not afraid of heights.
“UTC have been working with Dragonfly now for three years. They have been covering video at the Farnborough Air Show and Paris Air Show for our company. It is always a pleasure to work with such a well organised and professional outfit and I have no hesitation in recommending them to other companies.”
Debbie, United Technologies.