We built this thing as a camera that could fly for a really long time. We are now transitioning as a company to putting a computer in the sky. Port security, broadcast journalism, telecommunications – you name it. We are finding new problems to solve everyday and the potential applications are diverse, impactful and only limited by the inability to think creatively.
CEO, Spooky Action
In the News
Dragonfly flying cell tower provides connectivity to the National Guard during Exercise PATRIOT 21
UAS Weekly: Spooky Action Inc. and Wisconsin Telelift Inc are excited to announce successful flight operations of the Dragonfly Flying Cell Tower at Exercise PATRIOT 21 at Volk Field.
Are Flying Cell Towers the Solution?
Minneapolis, USA: Rahul Tiwari was at TEDx Minneapolis speaking about flying cell towers and their role in the global fight against poverty.
Spooky Action unveils Telelift Healthline, a flying cell tower for field hospitals
Minneapolis, USA: Telelift Healthline, our drone-based cell tower is designed to provide & expand high-speed internet coverage to healthcare workers at field sites.
Flying cellphone towers: Could drones bring internet coverage to remote areas?
CNN Business: Read Emma Reynolds’ interview of Rahul Tiwari, discussing the future of internet access in remote areas.
How One Boring Summer Turned Into Flying Cell Phone Towers For Africa
Forbes: Andrew Wight is an Australian science journalist based in Medellin, Colombia. Read his feature on Spooky Action, interviewing Rahul Tiwari.
A Bird’s Eye View to the Future of Broadcast
Quiberon, France: Spooky Action and Orange demonstrate a revolutionary Virtual Reality experience at the French National Windsurfing Championships