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Working with Jeff was stress-free. With a list of exactly what he wanted mocked up in Google Earth, as well as a shot list for other images that just aren't possible with Google Earth, capturing the correct imagery was easy. I appreciated the speedy response time of his messages for some question...
Eric was fantastic. We hit a snag with our proximity to Washington, D.C. and Eric was able to work through it all while providing constant updates. The end footage that we got was even better than I could have hoped for. I highly recommend Eric as he was able to help me figure out exactly what my...
We are beyond satisfied with the services provided by Daniel with Cinematic Aerial Services. His work exceeded expectations and was delivered on time despite our last minute needs. We frequently work with Drone Pilots throughout the U.S. and were blown away by the steadiness of his shots. ...
South Dakota is situated in the north-central United States, sitting in the picturesque landscape of the Black Hills, with the famous Mount Rushmore National Memorial, and the Great Plains. Forbes ranks the state number 1 is Business Cost, noting that business costs are 17% below the national average there. South Dakota has been experiencing growth as more people learn about its beauty and more companies are drawn to the state's business advantages. As populations grow, the number of construction and renovation projects are also on the rise. You can give your company an advantage over the competition by utilizing South Dakota Construction Drones.
Drones, which are also called UAVs or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, are being used in many different industries today. They are seen as vital tools in farming, wildlife preservation, real-estate and construction. Drones provide important advantages when used on the construction site including: