EFYI Sets a New Guinness World Records
  • 2021-01-02
It was 2 a.m. on December 18, 2020 and the temperature was -8℃. On this crisp and dark winter night in North China's Tianjin Municipality, a giant and dazzling artistic work rose over Tianjin University's Peiyangyuan Campus against the dark sky. It was not a statistic painting but an animation that depicted the life story of the world's famous impressionist painter Van Gogh.

Six hundred unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) developed by EFYI brought forth the aerial animation performance that lasted for 26.19 minutes, successfully setting a new Guinness World Records Title of the longest animation performed by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the presence of Luo Qiong, the official adjudicator of the Guinness World Records.

This challenge was achieved by EFYI and supported by Tianjin University. As the first modern university of China which built the country’s first aero-engine, Tianjin University has a sound foundation for aerospace research and technology. Qi Juntong, the founder of EFYI, is now a professor at the university’s School of Electrical and Information Engineering. Founded in 2015, EFYI has the world’s leading UAV swarm control technology. Through establishing joint research centers and postgraduate experimental bases to explore cutting-edge technologies, it has become a model of industry-university-research cooperation among universities and enterprises.


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