Modern drones, also known as an unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and SUSA (which stands for small unmanned surveillance aircraft) are essentially ultra-stable aerial camera platforms that provide exceptionally high-quality aerial images for many different uses.
Using the extensive satellite network, they can safely be flown in relatively windy conditions and by using the on-board global positioning systems (GPS), their relative position in the air and above ground can be accurately determined for drone aerial mapping, surveying and tracking purposes.
Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's or drones) can drastically reduce the costs of inspecting hard-to-reach roofs and towers. Our drones can relay instant high-quality video and photographs to the ground, pinpointing any areas that need specialist repair.
Aerial images can then easily be shared with specialist contractors for further assessment and pricing, saving money hiring MEWP (mobile elevated work platform), which can then just be hired when it is necessary for any remedial work to be completed.
As an experienced bell-ringer and tower captain of my local church, I may also be able to fly inside a bell tower to assist with bell and bell frame inspections
Using a small unmanned aircraft (SUA) to inspect a roof or high building can be quick and easy. It is usually cheaper than traditional methods and the captured images can either be saved and reviewed off-site by a specialist contractor or alternatively we can attend and work on-site with a specialist for immediate consultation and expert advice.
Customers may find that the images obtained from the drone camera will be enough to obtain accurate quotations from specialist contractors, without incurring the additional expense of site visits and inspection.
Aerial images can help show how everything quickly and easily. Presentations, meetings and discussions are more meaningful when everyone understands what is where; how any existing buildings or features relate to each other and can help inspire thoughts, ideas and solutions.
Using a drone to capture what the site or building looks like now from above is much easier than ever before. Don't rely on Google images, which can be months or even years out of date. Our drones can capture highly detailed, high-resolution photographs and video to make your life easier.
I know - that is where I started in this line of work, using drones on our property development sites, so I know it works and it saves time and money.
Whatever drone photography service you are looking for and regardless of where you are, call Mark at eVo-air Drone Aerial Photography and we'll chat about what you are looking for and how we can help.
I'll explain what is involved and how I can give you the aerial photographs and aerial video with a drone safely, legally and as quickly as possible.
Here at eVo-air Drone Aerial Photography, we have a range of drones to suit most needs and budgets, ranging from diminutive DJI Mini drones to the slightly bigger and superb DJI Mavic 2 Pro and the DJI Maivc 3 Enterprise Thermal, used for thermal imaging projects. We also use the magnifient DJI Inspire 2 drone for cinematic projects, tv and filming work.
But we'll talk to you about what you are looking for and we'll decide on the best drone for the job once we fully understand what you are looking for.
Don't worry, we'll find out which drone will be best for your drone aerial photography project.
eVo-air Drone Aerial Photography holds the necessary CAA Permission to undertake commercial drone operations as a UAS Operator, previously known as PfCO, now renamed Operational Authorisation from 2021 and offers drone aerial photography and drone aerial video throughout East Anglia and the Midlands, including Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire, Norfolk and Suffolk - and anywhere else you want us!