The ceiling altitude of most drones is actually around 14,000 - 18,000 feet, with a range of a few miles! There are however laws which we all must abide by. 400ft is our maximum altitude and 500 meters from the pilot are the limits set by the CAA.
Yes! Our insurance covers us to £5m public liability and indemnity. These can be vastly increased on specific projects, should clients require greater Public Liability cover.
Depending on the payload, the flight times can range from ten minutes to half an hour. Typically the larger drones will have a shorter flight time, of ten to fifteen minutes. The weather, altitude and type of flying will affect this number substantially.
The S900 Class Hexacopter can carry a payload of up to 12kgs, so most camera systems can be lifted. Other surveying equipment and scanners can also be attached.
Flying a drone in London is not something we often undertake. The London airspace is one of the busiest in the world and we need to apply for special permissions to complete projects in this airspace.
We have been established for over six years and bring a wealth of experience along with us. We're more than just a drone company, we have the eye and detail to get exactly what you want.
The Inspire 2 carries a DJI X5s an industry leading drone camera, capable of filming up to 5.2K RAW and is comparable to the Arri Alexa.
The DJI Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro might not compare in size to the heavyweight S1000 Series, but they pack more technology and the best camera systems available on the market. Furthermore, the versatility, performance and reliability allows us to get shots we just can't achieve with the >7KG Drones.
Our rate is £1100 per day. Although most projects are achievable under our half day rate of £650.
We also cater for smaller projects, which have fixed prices starting from £249.
A lot of people don't realise that it actually takes two people to properly operate a drone. The pilot deals with where the drone flies and the camera operator controls the camera gimbal. This makes sure the shot is steady and smooth.
Yes! Flying indoors is not a problem. In fact, flying indoors means that a number of laws do not apply, as the drone may no longer be flying within controlled airspace. Extra safety measures do need to be taken though!
It's not all as fun as it looks when you've got piles of paperwork, but it's an absolute necessity. Record keeping, preflight planning, flight logging and safety checks are all critical to making sure we are working as safely as possible.
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