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October 17, 2023
One thousand drones resembling fireflies lit up the sky in Shenzhen, China, on Monday to celebrate World Food Day.
DJI drones joined the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FA0) in its 43rd World Food Day celebration.
The light show included 1,000 drones resembling fireflies in a display that included them spelling out the name of the event, transforming into water droplets and creating ripples onto the surface of the lake below. They also created a “goddess of life,” which was shown sowing seeds for a “harmonious scene of greenery where humans and nature coexist,” according to DJI.
"We are honored to support the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's World Food Day," said Christina Zhang, DJI”s senior corporate strategy director. "DJI's agricultural drone solutions are making significant strides in improving sustainable food production and safeguarding water resources. We are delighted to announce that the inaugural light show of the DJI Firefly project is dedicated to celebrating World Food Day. We aim to raise awareness about water resource conservation and demonstrate how the world can reap the benefits of scientific and technological advancements.”
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