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We have 109 drone pilots available for construction projects in Maine.
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Professional photographer who can create outstanding results with either photos or videos. Unlike many hobbyists without post production photography experience, I have been a photographer for years.
Paul did a great job capturing our retail property. He provided a variety of shots showing different angles of the building as well as the surrounding area. This was exactly what we were looking for.
We hired DroneEye to help with a commercial real estate crowdfunding raise last year and the results were great. Great job capturing the physical assets up close, and transitioning to some incredible views of the local neighborhood and the NYC skyline. Recommended, and would use again.
KEVIN IS GREAT. Really solid pro. On time. Gets back to you. Totally knows how to fly and shoot. Came up with some great creative options on tackling a project that had challenges. And knows how to pre-flight the footage. Or color prep it for download. Couldn't have asked for a better dro...
Accessing extensive aerial coverage of your construction project can be a time-consuming and costly task. Generating survey data and project progress information has historically been done on foot or by utilizing fixed wing aircraft or helicopters. Today, Maine construction drones are taking over with a cost-effective and data-rich alternative. From Augusta to Bangor, coastal projects at Winter Harbor to university housing expansion at Fort Kent, builders and construction managers are realizing the benefits of using drone construction services to transform every aspect of the process.
At Droners, we are passionate about providing you with a stress-free way to explore how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) can work for you. No more waiting for weeks or months to hire a construction drone pilot. Simply submit your job for free and immediately begin receiving bids from our professional pilots. Every construction drone pilot who responds is legal and licensed, and maintains the required FAA 333 exemption status.
Here are three ways that drones are making a positive impact on the construction industry in the Pine Tree State.