Posted: Mon 11th Nov 2013

Buckley based CloudCam Will Be Flying high at Wales Rally GB

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Nov 11th, 2013

CloudCam the Hi-Tech aerial video and photography company based in Buckley are flying high after being asked to provide aerial footage for Wales Rally GB

Screenshot from 2013-11-11 14:15:44

Wales Rally GB will be based at a brand new service park built next to Toyota Engine Plant in Deeside for the first time.

CloudCam will be working closely with the Welsh Office, Flintshire County Council and Rally GB shooting aerial footage using their state of the art UAV technology, they will be capturing the essence and excitement of the build up and all the drama of the stages throughout course of the event, which starts on Thursday.

 

CloudCam Architectural Visualisation from CloudCam on Vimeo.

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