The company behind the controversial delivery drone trial in Bonython tested its new quiet drone on Friday morning.
The test of the new drones follows community concerns primarily focussed on the noise of drones during the trial.
But Project Wing originally barred filming or recording of the test "as recordings do not accurately portray the sound profile of the technology".
The ban was then lifted to only allow recording from 20 metres away from the drone, which the company argued would be the distance between neighbours and the delivery address.
The company's chief executive James Burgess said they had invited members of the public to the launches.
"We're trying to be as transparent and as open as we can," Mr Burgess said.
Project Wing is owned by Alphabet, the American company which owns search giant Google, and the Canberra trials are the most extensive the company has been able to conduct globally.
Researchers in the United States had since changed the design of the propellers along the top of the drone.
The newer drones emit a lower frequency noise, while the previous versions emitted a higher pitched wailing.
Project Wing did not allow photos of the new propellers citing commercial concerns.
Mr Burgess fronted an ACT government committee on Wednesday morning, pointing to the irregular framework surrounding local concerns about drones and federal aviation laws Australia.
"We think that there's room for state and territory governments to be able to have input into the Commonwealth frameworks," he said on Friday.
He said he hoped to release a commissioned report on the impacts the drones were having on Canberra's wildlife in a matter of weeks.
When demonstrating the new drones on Friday, Mr Burgess said the 20 metre distance reflected the distance between people and their neighbours who were receiving a drone delivery in their driveway.
The company is currently waiting for approval to begin their next trial in Gungahlin, limited to five suburbs: Crace, Palmerston, Franklin, Gungahlin and Mitchell, where Project Wing will have a new headquarters.
Mr Burgess said he was hoping to start drone deliveries midway this year.