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Some of Our Top Tennessee Construction Drone Pilots

Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

HoverPro Tech captures extraordinary video and imagery for use in the real estate, mapping, and surveying industries.

HoverPro Tech, LLC

 
Nashville, TN - Will travel up to 180 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 3916473
 
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.
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I am a former U.S. Marine. I got into flying drones as a hobby, but as more and more people started asking me to do things for compensation, I decided to get my Drone Operators License. I love it!

Archangel Drone Solutions

 
Smyrna, TN - Will travel up to 300 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 3993315
 
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.
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Infrastructure Changes in Franklin, Tennessee

Acme Drone Images Acme Drone Images
 
Franklin, TN - Will travel up to 180 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: Not specified
 
License: Not specified
 
Avg. Rate: $100/hr.

Mainsail Condos, Florida

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Mount Juliet, TN - Will travel up to 50 miles
 
Insurance Coverage: Not specified
 
License: Not specified
 
Avg. Rate: $125/hr.

Clients Our Pilots

  • If you're looking for a professional, knowledgeable, and trustworthy UAV operator please look no further than Sierra Aeriform. I hired SA for a small skill-intensive mission which was completed safely and to my satisfaction. Larry is a great guy who's been in the game for a long time and he'll w…
    -Keithy
  • Incredibly good work here. Matthew listened to the job requirements closely and then went out and delivered with over the top quality. Looking forward to working with him again!
    -Johnnie
  • Excellent communication and quality work. Would hire again in a heartbeat.
    -Eric

Now's the Time for Tennessee Construction Drones

As Tennessee's construction growth continues to surge, from Knoxville to Nashville and beyond project managers take advantage of exciting new technologies in the industry.

Construction management requires the coordination of resources, time, and people, often in several places at once. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones) are prized for their speed, agility, and cost efficiency and are increasingly being used in the construction industry. Drones allow construction project managers to view and assess their job site situation in real time, providing a clear picture of the overall progress and helping to identify issues early. As an article in Equipment World points out, drones let you see a construction site as though first-hand:

“Job progress documentation is very important and it can do a very good job at that. It can get down close and look at things in detail. We can go up and look at things that are very difficult to get to.”


With construction projects increasing in scope and complexity, it is crucial to obtain a firm grasp and accurate understanding of the big picture. Tennessee construction drones provide for real-time interaction between engineers, managers and workers on site, helping everyone stay on the same page. Keeping shareholders and project managers up-to-date is beneficial to any project and UAVs are an inventive, value-added customer service which provide eyes and ears on the job site, yours and your client’s.

The legalities of drone usage are one of the largest hurdles for the construction industry. When you hire a construction drone pilot from Droners.io, you can be sure that they are legally licensed and have a FAA 333 exemption.




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