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Some of Our Top Iowa Construction Drone Pilots

Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

Today I fly the Inspire Pro with a micro 4/3 camera. With this set up, I have the ability to use several different lenses depending on the job.

Calcam AP, LLC

 
Cedar Rapids, IA - Will travel up to 180 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 3904815
 
Avg. Rate: $100/hr.
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Licensed FAA Part 107 sUAS Pilot Emergency Search and Rescue Ready Real Estate, Land Surveying, Special Events, Advertising, Marketing, Cinematography, Photography, Editing.

Gregoryruger Productions

 
Altoona, IA - Will travel up to 500 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 4053387
 
Avg. Rate: $175/hr.
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Using drone footage in a newscast setting

Aircut Studio Aircut Studio
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Grinnell, IA - Will travel up to 300 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: Not specified
 
License: Not specified
 
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

Showing off a new highway from the Iowa DOT

Aircut Studio Aircut Studio
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Grinnell, IA - Will travel up to 300 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: Not specified
 
License: Not specified
 
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

Clients Our Pilots

  • Wonderful experience, excellent communication, and the final product is beyond expectations! Really appreciated the detail as far as location and direction specifics. I'd definitely use them again!
    -Angela
  • Great job all around. The communication was perfect, Andrew at FlightScan 360 was quick to get to the field to take the photos. The photos were exactly what I asked for and were of great quality. I'd hire again.
    -Brian
  • This pilot is AMAZING - he completed three jobs for us recently, and we are beyond pleased with the quality of his work. Communication is quick and timely, deliverables came quickly and exactly how we asked.
    -Lindsay

Iowa Construction Best Practices Include Drones

Construction growth is gearing up in Iowa from Des Moines, Sioux City, Cedar Rapids and more across the Hawkeye state. What does this mean for the construction industry and how will it affect project site management?

When you need a firm grasp on the bottom line and an accurate understanding of your site situation, construction drone technology is a great asset. Modern construction sites come with an onslaught of information and require constant interaction between engineers, project managers, and workers on-site.

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, or drones) are real-time eyes and ears on the job site -- yours and your clients. Equipment World reports:

Many in the construction industry are finding drones and UAVs can play a vital role in their work. Whether they’re used for surveying, to show clients and potential clients an aerial overview of completed projects, to monitor jobsites to ensure safe practices or to inspect bridges and other structures.


With construction drone technology, project managers stay on top of progress and make sure work stays on track. Iowa construction drones let you keep tabs on multiple projects and job sites while minimizing travel time and expenses. Drone construction monitoring is more nimble and useful than CCTV to keep an eye on job progress and safety procedures and allow you to view a construction site as though first-hand.

When you hire a construction drone pilot, make sure they are legal, licensed, and have a FAA 333 exemption. Droners.io can provide you with drone pilots who are FAA 333 exempt and licensed professionals.


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