Redefine the flying camera-SimToo Drone


 In the year 2015, drone is a hot items and in headlines over all technical website frequently.Drone attract all the eyes especially selfie,they found that photographing can make upon the sky..Together with the Gopro sport camera,all peoples start to enjoy the flying camera.


       But due to the high level skills and operation experience required to operate the remote control, and also the price issue(drone+camera all around 1000usd)..It can be hot only in small group of peoples...Due to this, SIMTOO is coming...To redefine the flying camera..No any experiences needed,No any skills required..Just simply press the GPS watch that provided together with SIMTO drone..The drone will automatically flying up and start to following you wherever you move to


       So now , you no need to care about how to control the drone, no need to worry about where is the drone..What you need to, just show your best pose..Free your hands and do all the actions or extreme sports..Simtoo drone will record all you done.. 


      Morever, Simtoo drone with foldable design,it`s folded size just be 30cm* 20cm* 6cm ...And it`s weight is only 1KG..even 20% less than lily camera..It will be very easy to  put into a regular travel bag..Within 20s you can assemble the landing stand and the camera with gimbal.


     Start to bring a bag with SIMTOO when you travel over the world, when you do extreme action sports, when you wanna to be a selfie ? Not, it`s called DRONIE!!



 Magic function will show on video coming soon

     Please follow us at facebook (SimToo Drone) and twitter(SimToo Drone) .




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Comment by Hans Miller on May 21, 2015 at 2:41am

I would like to thank the mods for approving this. I've had an annoying day at work and I welcome the light comic relief.

Comment by Michael Visser on May 21, 2015 at 3:05am

...and patent pending? so much wow!

Comment by Ning shu on May 21, 2015 at 3:15am

Our drone is requests no skills and fool operations so you can just relax and enjoy the photograph. Be a simple dronie. We will launch  on kickstarts  on Aug and delivery on Oct. waiting for your support.  

Comment by Roberto Navoni on May 21, 2015 at 3:23am

@Ning_shu how you solve the problem of collision detection , without that feature is not so simple follow the target , Airdog and Hexo+ start to work on this project 1 year ago . 

Me too have a perfect working system developed 1 year ago so i don't understand what kind of patent pending do you have ... :) 

Wiht Becon / Leash , auto take off , auto follo and auto landing in front of me :) 1 year ago :) 

Comment by Ning shu on May 21, 2015 at 3:47am

Our team were professional flying control solution provider,our flying control system now sold more than 50K pcs already, and most of them sold to USA..We tested in huge times with the following function and optimizte always...We think its acceptable by customer..For sure, we were also developing collision detection, by ultrasonic the reaction of the drone is not so fast and by lazer the cost is too much...We were finding the best balancing way to achieve this..tks bro for your very kindly suggestion..

Comment by Gerard Toonstra on May 21, 2015 at 4:11am

Should've called it the "me-too"

Comment by Greg Nuspel on May 21, 2015 at 5:24am

I wonder how many of the people who scream about privacy invasion from drones will run out and buy a follow me drone and post the videos on social media?

Comment by Chuck Durham on May 21, 2015 at 8:04am

Ning shu - from a credibility standpoint - you say you have 50 thousand flying control systems in the US - what is your company?  Name, website address - Most of us that follow the tech have (ex, post above Virtualrobotix - we know have been doing great work).  Also you are very late to the follow-me party, if you have been on DiyDrones you will know 3DRobotics and quite a few others have the follow-me working pretty well (at least in open areas).  Very curious about your avoidance - I use ultrasonic on slower ground robots and you are correct it's to short range.  Now LidarLite gives you 50meter - and at $99 I don't think that is too expensive to save your $500 and up quad from running into a tree.  Just curious for more details

Comment by RC on May 21, 2015 at 9:58am

Comment by Paul on May 21, 2015 at 3:29pm

Please Kickstarter enough with the drones grrrrr! :-( 


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