We capture your world in 4K at 24 or 30 frames per second, with one of the most sophisticated flying cameras ever. Still images are up to 5472 × 3078 resolution at 20 MegaPixel for stunning shots.
24 high-performance computing cores, with a 4.3mi (7km) range, 5 vision sensors, and a 4K camera stabilized by a 3-axis mechanical gimbal. Not all Aerial 4K Video is really 4K; our Drones film 4K video, at 30fps, with no “Electronic Image Stabilization”, ensuring all aerial footage, is true 4K Video. We are using groundbreaking technology like, Flight Autonomy to sense obstacles up to 49ft (15m) away and allow our Drones to bypass them or brake to hover, reducing the chance of accidents.
With a drone or UAV you can capture highly accurate images of your fields, covering up to hundreds of acres in a single flight. Without the cost and hassle of manned services. At a far greater resolution than satellite imagery provides, even when there is cloud cover.
By using image processing software you can then transform these shots into one large ‘orthomosaic’ image. Apply algorithms like Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to this image and you create a reflectance map of your crop.
This map is the key to boosting yields, cutting costs, and driving your business forward. It highlights exactly which areas of crop need closer examination – meaning less time spent scouting, and more time treating the plants that need it.
Close range, low altitude unmanned Drone / UAV remote aerial inspection is available as a powerful cost effective safe alternative to risking the crew of a manned helicopter in some tight or other wise risky locations as well as climbing. Our small flying drone is capable of capturing high resolution digital images feet away from the problem getting customers a close up view of the damaged area or for general inspections allowing a more accurate assessment with out the risk of human life and is a powerful cost effective tool as an alternative to a helicopter.
Drone shots can capture dynamic, illustrative videos and images that display the scope and scenic context of your event. Drones offer unique and grand perspectives of beautiful locations. Are you tying the knot on a mountainside, vast valley or other stunning location? Imagine looking through your wedding album on your 20th anniversary and having a sweeping aerial snapshot of your venue. So cool! It’s an amazing way to take full advantage of the gorgeous space you chose.
Since drones are so versatile, you’ll be able to get creative with your wedding shots. Gather your guests on the lawn to spell out words or organize them in other fun ways.
The same holds true for private and corporate events. The use of drones can truly make an event unique and memorable.
Differentiating property listings through high-quality photography and video pays huge dividends.
Today, the latest marketing weapon in real estate is the use of dramatic camera drone photography & video tours in online listings.
Some agents claim that drones are the most important new technology to enter real estate marketing since the internet.
It’s easy to see why.
They are also taking shots of homes never before imagined,
Like… flying down onto a property from 200 feet in the air; highlighting the details of a large, expensive property in dramatic form; then, flying fast 2 feet above a driveway right up to the front door…
Traditionally, a civilian mapping an area required a helicopter, plane, or satellite. Those options are all costly and require recruiting people with specific skill sets. And you might be able to afford a flyover of a particular mappable area just once or twice a year.
With software a drone pilot draws the desired parameters of the flyover. From there, the device can take off. In a process called photogrammetry, the vehicle methodically flies back and forth across the area, taking images at specific intervals. After the drone finishes, the images are processed and a map is generated.
Where before it could take months to map an area, drones now offer 3D maps within a matter of hours or days. Drone mapping updates can go so fast that even Google Maps doesn’t keep pace with them. Compare that to rural areas in the U.S. that typically get a mapping flyover once every five years. Elsewhere, waits can be even longer.
Drones can be used to either be or compliment your marketing campaigns. Both the drone’s video footage and still images provide dramatic aerial views that are unprecedented when compared to a regular photo or video shoot from the ground. These captivating shots add dimension and movement to your website, print materials, commercials and more, leaving an impactful and awe-inspiring impression on your audience.
When it comes to drone footage and photography, you can use these powerful tools in many of your already-established marketing strategies.
Drones are like a Steadicam that can operate hundreds of feet up in the air
TV commercial directors have been especially quick to adopt the new technology, using drones to film commercials for such brands as Tesla, Chrysler and Nike. Drones also have been used on several TV shows, including HBO’s “The Leftovers” and CBS’ “Supergirl.” A spot for Audi even features drones on screen, with the flying machines besieging workers in the company parking lot.
Drones create more distinctive shots because they can go where manned aircraft can’t like dropping down into narrow spaces such as alleyways and canyons and even flying through doors and windows.
Before ground is broken and after it is cleared, you can get a detailed aerial view of the proposed construction site to use for logistics, production planning, and land surveys.
A succession of aerial images could be turned into a time-lapse video or GIF for your team to study or to put up on your website.
Owners often want to know what the view will be from the top of a proposed structure; drones can capture these views as well.
Aerial photography can give a unique perspective of a project. The photos have excellent depth and provide much better quality at a lower price than other aerial photography. The turn-around time, already shortened by the introduction of digital photography, is also shorter.
With the sharp photos and rapid access, you can get near real-time information on progress. These photos are also easily shared with remote owners or other stakeholders as well as other team members. According to the same drone survey mentioned before, 76% of respondents stated they already used drones for this purpose.
These same images can be used later in your marketing materials.
SPOT POTENTIAL ISSUES
Often on a jobsite, there are areas that are difficult to inspect physically. Occasionally, accidents occur in places where it is nearly impossible to view from the ground. Drone photography can provide a less hazardous way to visualize potential hazards and to bring views of jobsite accidents. The detailed photos available from drones can pinpoint potential problem areas where advance planning could mitigate safety and logistics problems.
CAPTURE MARKETING IMAGES
Pictures sell. Your marketing will improve dramatically if you can add aerial photos to your website, brochures, and social media accounts. You can show completed projects or a GIF of the construction process. You could even use still images and video to show curious customers and readers how certain construction processes work.
Owners also dearly love to see and share images of their projects while they are in progress and, especially, after completion. You might consider adding these types of collateral to your closing paperwork to extend your reach to others who would be interested in your services.