Film Producers Launch South Florida’s First Minority-Owned Drone Show Technology Company In

Adrian Allen and Arturo Lorde | How Africa News

Adrian Allen and Arturo Lorde have officially founded LunaLite Drone Show Technologies, South Florida’s first minority-owned drone show technology company.

According to a news release, the company uses cutting-edge technology to create a spectacle for events such as music festivals, athletic stadiums, corporate engagements, and large public festivities.

Furthermore, the company’s website states that their performance drones are powered by ultra-bright Lights that can be seen from a long distance.

“We are thrilled to bring our unique blend of creativity and technical expertise to the world of drone shows,” said Allen in a news release. “At LunaLite, we are committed to pushing the boundaries of what is possible with this exciting technology and we can’t wait to share our vision with audiences around the globe.”

As film producers, Allen and Lorde have been using the skies as a canvas for storytelling for decades. They will be expanding their efforts in collaboration with a team of experienced pilots and technicians who will assist in putting on outstanding airborne light shows.

“Our extensive experience in using drone technology combined with our deep passion for storytelling made this project a perfect evolution of our craft,” said Lorde in a news release. “It is not just visually striking and beautiful, it provides a great alternative for event producers who seek to deliver something new, exciting and environmentally sustainable to their audiences.”

While it seeks to establish itself as a market leader, the company plans to launch over 400 drone fleets and hire six people.

Furthermore, the founders will bring over existing partnerships from their work with venues and events around the world.


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