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Some of Our Top Ohio Construction Drone Pilots

We have 208 drone pilots available for construction projects in Ohio.
Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

Rapid Aerial Imaging provides unprecedented aerial marketing and 3D imaging solutions through photography and high-definition video.

Rapid Aerial Imaging

 
Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus - OH
 
Insurance Coverage: $3.0 Million
 
License: 3910754 & 3910404
 
Avg. Rate: $125/hr.

Uavisions LLC is a drone media business. Jassen the owner/part 107 certified sUAS pilot has a passion for the drone life and he wants to provide services that reflects that passion for clients.

Uavisions LLC

 
Springfield and Springfield - OH
 
Insurance Coverage: Not specified
 
License: 4016419
 
Avg. Rate: $75/hr.

Fountains Dayton Ohio

Aerial-Pixel Aerial-Pixel
 
Dayton and Xenia - OH
 
Insurance Coverage: Not specified
 
License: 3903396
 
Avg. Rate: $75/hr.

West Virginia Aerials Episode 1

Sky Vision Imagery Sky Vision Imagery
 
Columbus, OH
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 3923449
 
Avg. Rate: $175/hr.

Clients Our Pilots

  • I would recommend Doug to anyone looking for drone photography or video. He did a wonderful job with my listing photographs and video. Doug is easy to talk to, professional and prompt. 5 stars!
    -Michael
  • This was my first hiring for drone services and a most pleasant one. Mike went above and beyond to accommodate and deliver. His services are recommended and we'll be using them again.
    -S
  • Jason Alsbrook, The Eye In The Sky Aerial Photography Pilot is a very capable professional photographer and videographer. I've witnessed his work in person and saw the results, both pictures and video, which were crisp and steady. I appreciate drone photography, seeing the capabilities and am so...
    -Vonda

Using Construction Drones in Ohio

Ohio, also known as the Buckeye State, is a Midwestern state. It stretches from the Appalachian Country in the south to Lake Erie in the north. Ohio has a long history as a center for industry and manufacturing. Columbus, the capital city, is home to Ohio State University and Battelle Memorial Institute which is the world's largest private research and development foundation. Cleveland, which sits along Lake Erie, is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and University Circle. Those two cities along with Cincinnati, Akron and Toledo are centers for business, they are all experiencing new growth and development. When your construction company is looking to have a part in the exciting opportunities Ohio Construction Drones can give you an advantage over the competition.

Drones, which are also known as UAVs or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, are being utilized in various industries today. They are quickly becoming valued tools in the agriculture, wildlife monitoring, real-estate and construction industries. When using drones on the construction site a few strong advantages stand out including


  • Aerial Construction Surveying: Drones can be flown in almost any environment. They are highly maneuverable and can record high-resolution video and photographs of the entire job site with great precision. Helicopter footage used to be the only means of aerial site surveying. Now though, drones can be used, saving a great deal of time and money. The footage helps plan and map the site, determine dimensions and route points of access.

  • UAV Construction Monitoring: UAVs are great tools for monitoring the job site. Staying on schedule is critically important, you can view progress at any time with UAV footage, ensuring that everything is staying on schedule and quality standards are being maintained. Being able to fly UAVs in most any space can also help ensure the safety of workers and the building.

  • Marketing: Showcasing your company's work with professional video and photographs is the best way to market to prospective clients. The video your commercial drone pilot takes throughout the construction project can be used to highlight the quality work your company does.

  • Unconventional: Sometimes drones have some different uses. Drones can be specially outfitted to carry materials on the job site. They can also help keep the site secure. The real-time video will show you if someone is trespassing while helping to deter theft.

Ohio remains a center for business; 46 of the 1,000 largest public and private companies in the U.S. call the state home, the sixth most of any state. New construction projects and innovative renovations are taking place throughout the state. Your company can gain an edge over the competition by utilizing drone construction services.

When you hire a construction drone pilot it is vital to make sure that they are legally licensed and have a FAA 333 exemption. Working with Droners.io you can be sure that you are working with experienced pilots who are licensed, professional, and FAA 333 exempt. Take your construction project to new heights with drone construction services.





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