CES 2017: What happened in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas!
While the show is over, XDynamics’s journey is still going on. At CES 2017, XDynamics Evolve had received an overwhelming volume of positive response (and follow-up messages!) from visitors of all kinds, despite making a quiet debut a few steps away from the Drones Marketplace.
Evolve, which features a carbon fiber chassis, a dual-screen controller, and delay-free video downlink, is designed as an alternative to existing aerial photography drones – a much more sophisticated one. Apparently, we are going to the right direction, because this is what dealers and consumers look for, too.
Visitors were impressed by and supportive of Evolve, which provides an unprecedented and innovative solution to the hitches and problems that drone users face regularly. Some also pointed out that companies in Hong Kong are renowned for quality and integrity, which we did take much pride in. We feel very grateful, and are looking into each potential partnership raised at CES 2017 carefully.
The highlight of the days is definitely a surprise visit from Dr. Donald A. Thomas, a retired NASA astronaut, who expressed compliment to the use of carbon fiber to construct a sturdy and reliable aircraft. With his blessings, Evolve will surely fly high.
We are delighted by these positive feedback, as much as we are humbled and inspired by all the use case scenario visitors had suggested, when they saw the controller for the first time. Our engineers and developers will be working on some of them very soon. Once, we appreciate very much the support and suggestion received at CES 2017. We are honored to be on the same journey with you.