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FAA Licensed Commercial UAS Remote Pilot. Part 107 Compliant. Retired Air Force. Specializing in residential/commercial real estate, land development, insurance assessments, roof inspections, etc.
Dean at Custom Aerials did a top-notch job for us. We are very fortunate to have found him on Droners because his dedication to the job is next none. Thank you — it was a pleasure doing business with you and we look forward to more!
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.
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!
Virginia may be for lovers, but its construction industry is for variety. From historic areas in Richmond to multi-use projects in Roanoke to office construction sites in Tyson's Corner and points north, Virginia construction drones keep project managers on track.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (also known as UAVs or drones) are among the fastest growing technological innovations available to the construction industry. Drones are affordable, efficient, and useful for unique situations and everyday applications. With advances in cameras and navigation technology, project managers are able to see site dimensions, calculate height restrictions, and determine access points remotely. UAVs provide the ability to keep tabs on multiple projects and job sites, which makes it possible to analyze conditions on the job site from anywhere, and facilitates presentations to clients and corporate shareholders.
From pre-construction land surveying to marketing of projects and locations for contractors and their clients and continuing through project completion, drone construction photography is more nimble and useful than CCTV monitoring for maintaining project integrity and safety procedures.
An article in Equipment World states:
Many in the construction industry are finding drones and UAVs can play a vital role in their work. Whether they’re used for surveying, to show clients and potential clients an aerial overview of completed projects, to monitor jobsites to ensure safe practices or to inspect bridges and other structures.