New CaseCruzer Mobile Drone Charging Station Helps Film Industry, Law Enforcement, and Racing Sports Keep UAVs Juiced up

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The charging station allows creative pros to keep drone charged so they can continue capturing great shots on-the-go.

Drone Charging Station

Drone Charging Station

If it’s mobile, pad lockable, watertight, and virtually indestructible - it’s a go.

CaseCruzer takes flight with its cutting edge SmartCruzer Drone Charging Station invented to help the film, news media and racing sport industries power up their hand launch drones whenever and wherever the action is. These professionals now have a way to safely store, transport, and charge UAVs such as DJI Phantom. On your mark, get ready, set drone!

CaseCruzer designed the durable and reusable SmartCruzer transport solution to simultaneously charge three UAV drone batteries and the remote control. The shock-proof case also provides ample space for propellers and cushioned saddles to secure man portable drones during travel. The case stores and charges tablets, as well, and includes custom-built compartments for batteries and remote controls with iPad/tablet mounts.

The mobile Drone Charging Station can juice drones from two power sources: 110-Volt household electrical outlets or DC 12-Volt car power plug-ins. Safety benefits include automatic shutdown of the charging process to prevent short circuits, excessive heat or battery drainage in the vehicle being used by media, film or racing teams.

The design is as modern and sleek as the drones. Exterior dimensions and weight vary, depending on the size of drone fleets. Most cases are equipped with a pull-out handle and embedded wheels to make travel easy in any region. Mobility is definitely an added perk for the UAV charging station, so when professionals are on the fly, drones can be quickly stored in the drone bed, charged via wall outlet, or in the car. Ez-Pack 'N' Ship options allow film, media and sport organizations to transport drone cases via airlines, or FedEx and UPS. All cases include an unconditional lifetime warranty.

CaseCruzer recognized the need for mobile charging stations as helicopters and cranes were replaced with a new class of lightweight unmanned drones for aerial cinematography and news coverage.

Likewise, the SmartCruzer mobile UAV charging station follows in the same path of the drones, besides being beautiful as well, it also supports the flying device with simple, secure, storage and charging. CaseCruzer aims to keep drones where they belong, up in the air.

“Hand launch drones are safer, cheaper, convenient, and a more aesthetic solution for filming in remote locations. So we looked for a way to make sure drones would always be frequent fliers—in any kind of weather or terrain. Wherever they travel, CaseCruzer travels too,” says Tatiana Briceno, CaseCruzer marketing director.

The SmartCruzer Drone Charging Station is fitted with an automatic pressure purge system with a neoprene O-ring seal. Airtight and watertight means extreme weather conditions cannot harm drone components and accessories. Theft-proof molded-in padlock holes and sturdy latches provide security.

“If it’s mobile, pad lockable, watertight, and virtually indestructible - it’s a go,” says Briceno.

CaseCruzer has been inspired by the creativity of filmmakers who continue to astonish audiences with explosive, choreographed action scenes and other forms of entertainment. But by developing a new gadget that is supportive and travel-ready, CaseCruzer also hopes to inspire more cinematic daring.

CaseCruzer UAV Charging Station, reaching new heights and new flights.

SmartCruzer, another innovative brand by CaseCruzer, provides the drone, media and technology communities with cutting edge storage, transport and mobile charging solutions. For more information on the drone charging station, please visit http://www.casecruzer.com; call 800-440-9925 in the U.S. or 909-613-1999 internationally; fax 909-465-5598; or write to CaseCruzer at 4665 State Street, Montclair, CA 91763.

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