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Some of Our Top Oklahoma Construction Drone Pilots

We have 102 drone pilots available for construction projects in Oklahoma.
Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

I’ve owned my real estate photography business since ‘15 & got my drone license earlier this year. I bring my experience with camera settings, composition, and editing experience combined with drone.

Curb Appeal Photography

 
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 4233675
 
Avg. Rate: $125/hr.
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Aerial Imaging Technology provides a full line of aerial imaging services to our clients. We are fully equipped to provide cutting edge aerial inspection data for even the most demanding projects.

Aerial Imaging Technology

 
Tulsa, OK
 
Insurance Coverage: $2.0 Million
 
License: 4081349
 
Avg. Rate: $120/hr.
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Helo Perspective, LLC Helo Perspective, LLC
 
Broken Arrow, OK
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 3909725
 
Avg. Rate: $50/hr.

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Tony Eckford Tony Eckford
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Oklahoma City, OK
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 3947027
 
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

Clients Our Pilots

  • Tyler was professional, punctual, and thorough with his work. Great communication and client-oriented. He organized and delivered the final product in a clear and simple way. Look forward to working with Adventure UAV again.
    -Canaan
  • Justin is a true professional in this space. Communication was clear and timely, he provided valuable advice, and a reasonable timeline that he delivered on. One of the best experiences I've had with photographers/droners. Looking forward to working with Justin in the future!
    -Andrew
  • This was my first experience hiring someone from droners.io and it could not have gone better. The pilot arrived early, listened very carefully to all of the ideas I had about what I wanted filmed, and provided me with much more footage than I could have hoped for. He was courteous, friendly an...
    -Scott

Construction Drones Flying in the Sooner State

Oklahoma construction professionals face unique challenges, with terrain varying from mountain to the plains, cities to vast rural landscapes. It's hard to think about putting a helicopter in the air over a construction site for aerial photographs or videography here, when dust control is almost always an issue in the Sooner State.

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or construction drones in Oklahoma, are the most timely, cost-efficient way to get that high-definition footage you need, no matter what stage of the job you're on, from survey to safety, from security to sales. No more putting a pilot in the air, with the possible safety issues that entails, plus the labor cost of putting another person up there with a camera.

One licensed, experienced, construction drone pilot, on the ground, can put a super-maneuverable drone through its paces. Some of the benefits:


  • Cost and risk are much lower

  • Drones can enter hallways, rooms and smaller areas for visual, high-definition inspection of finishes, support beam welds, even concrete pours.

  • Instead of walking the whole site, you sit in a comfortable chair, take a few notes from the video, and tomorrow, you're going straight to the issues that need correcting.

  • Because they're so cost-effective, you can use drones and their pilots at any stage, from initial surveys to job-site safety monitoring to the high-definition aerial shots that the real estate professionals love for sales purposes.

  • All pilots in our marketplace have obtained their FAA 333 exemption, which is required by the Federal Aviation Administration to commercially operate a UAV.


Whether you're in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Broken Arrow or Lawton, or anywhere in between, there's a licensed, experienced construction drone pilot on Droners' marketplace that will be interested in bidding for your job. Post your information today.





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