ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Drone tour: See the Ralph Engelstad Arena like you've never seen it before

GRAND FORKS - University of North Dakota hockey fans are familiar with the sights in and around the Ralph Engelstad Arena, but a local startup has used video taken by an unmanned aircraft (also known as a drone) to allow them to see it from a new...

2370501+ralph.jpg

GRAND FORKS - University of North Dakota hockey fans are familiar with the sights in and around the Ralph Engelstad Arena, but a local startup has used video taken by an unmanned aircraft (also known as a drone) to allow them to see it from a new perspective. 

SkySkopes released a video Friday that showcases a birds-eye view of the Ralph's interior and exterior.

"It's the most prestigious college hockey arena in the nation," SkySkopes President Matt Dunlevy said. "And it's coincidentally located in the city with the best UAS school in the nation."

The video took 10 flights to get all the footage needed and about 10 hours to edit down to a 1:23 minute clip.

What To Read Next
Area recreation scores and schedules.
Regional and local scores and schedules.
Olivia Dronen had five points, including her 100th varsity point, and nine other Moorhead players found the scoresheet as the Spuds advanced to Saturday's section semifinals.
WDAY Sports+ is live this Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m., with our Game of the Week between the Red River Roughriders and the Davies Eagles.