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Some of Our Top Alaska Construction Drone Pilots

We have 51 drone pilots available for construction projects in Alaska.
Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

FAA certified UAS operators specializing in but not limited to inspection, surveying, 3d mapping and cinematography. Authorized for flight in controlled airspace. Competitive pricing.

6 AXIS AERIAL

 
Anchorage and Juneau - AK
 
Insurance Coverage: Not specified
 
License: 3902023
 
Avg. Rate: $200/hr.

Alaskan pilot here. That means I love to hike/bike/boat/fly to places outdoors and record them for the rest of the world to see. Passionate about getting my clients the exact shots they want.

Aerial Sights

 
Juneau, AK
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 1272710
 
Avg. Rate: $500/hr.

Dallas Cowboys Star Training Facility - Frisco, Texas

Xtreme Heights Productions Xtreme Heights Productions
 
McKinney, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Houston, Plano, Frisco and Fort Worth - TX. Will travel to AK.
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 3903249
 
Avg. Rate: $100/hr.

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Aerial Sights Aerial Sights
 
Juneau, AK
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 1272710
 
Avg. Rate: $500/hr.

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Clients Our Pilots

  • Highly recommend and will use again. Prompt and on time. Understands cinematography and is very knowledgable about FAA rules and regulations. HighGround Images evaluated the area both off and on site, making the shoot more productive and safe. Thanks!
    -Douglas
  • Xynn and his time are top-notch! We hired them for two separate projects in two separate states and I must say the quality of work and turn around time was amazing. Xynn is a great pleasure to work with and I look forward to working with him and his team on future projects.
    -Matthew
  • I hired DroneEye to take some pictures of solar installations we had completed - they were fast, communicative, and took some great shots for our marketing materials. We will use them on future projects!
    -Patrick

Drones in Alaska Construction: Making Your Life Easier

Drones have moved from a novelty to business as usual in the lower 48, particularly in the construction industry--and they have even more to offer in the last frontier.

If you're in the construction industry in Juneau, Anchorage, Fairbanks, or the more rural areas, you know that in Alaska, construction projects have their own special hazards. Rain, snow, earthquakes, and just sheer distance from one job to another are part of the deal. Many of those can be alleviated or monitored through the use of drones.

Drones (small, unmanned, aircraft systems or vehicles) are paving the way for videography of construction sites without putting you or your team at risk on slick, iced-over or rain-wet surfaces, and at angles that would be impossible otherwise.

Here are just a few ways to use drones in a construction environment:

  • Drone Surveys: Surveying a new job site, or surveying an addition to a current one is quick and accurate with an experienced drone pilot on the controls.

  • Drone Construction Updates: Showing your client the job progress is easy with a birds-eye video showing exactly how far your team has gotten.

  • Drone Construction Monitoring: Monitoring the job site when you can't be everywhere at once is key, including whether safety procedures are actually being followed.

  • Drone Construction Inspections: Inspecting structures to make sure the work's been done to your satisfaction means passing the local inspector's walk-through will be a snap later. You can zoom in on welds and check for snow/rain damage when buildings that haven't been dried in yet are subject to the inevitable storms. Checking for quake damage that just isn't visible from the ground becomes business as usual with drone inspections.

If you've been thinking about hiring a commercial or construction drone pilot, check to make sure they're legal. The FAA has only granted a little over 3,000 FAA 333 exemptions at this writing, and in order to legally fly an unmanned aircraft system like a drone, it's necessary to have applied for and received a federal exemption.

Our pilots are legal, licensed, and cleared by the FAA, and they're experienced at helping you get your construction project off the ground.





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