Rocky Mountain Drones offers high-end video and photographic services using the Phantom 4, Matice 200, and Inspire 2 drones which can provide 5K images. If you can imagine a camera assisting you in just about anyway, we can make it happen!
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Additionally, Rocky Mountain Drones provides free demonstrations for potential clients and group educational settings.
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Real Estate Marketing
Photo and video
Drone photography allows images and audio/video to be captured that might not be otherwise possible for human photographers and videographers. That capacity can be enabled by the flight abilities of drones, their small size or their ability to tolerate harsh environments. Drone photography often enables a first-person view (FPV) that would normally be impossible to achieve.
Real Estate Marketing
Drone-based aerial photography for real estate brokers and agents is not only booming, but is becoming nearly mandatory for properties over 25 acres. Potential buyers from another city, state or even a distant country can take an aerial tour of the rolling hills and see the picturesque rural layout of the house, barn, ponds and external fencing with just a click of the mouse.
Drone surveillance presents an easier, faster, and cheaper method of data collection, and a number of other key advantages. Drone planes can enter narrow and confined spaces, produce minimal noise, and can be equipped with night vision cameras and thermal sensors, allowing them to provide imagery that the human eye is unable to detect. UAVs can quickly cover large and difficult-to-reach areas, reducing staff numbers and costs, and do not require much space for their operators.
The average cost per claim is directly affected by the speed, accuracy and availability of high-resolution aerial imagery when assessing residential and commercial roofs. Rocky Mountain Drones will dramatically decrease claim cycle times, with less time needed on site. No need for ladder assists, and same-day reporting. This allows claims adjusters and roofers to quickly and safely inspect a roof.
There are a number of reasons why drones are an ideal addition to any land surveying project and can increase accuracy and return on investment. Highly accurate, high-definition maps can be created in a fraction of the time that used to be required. Data of all sorts can be gathered by the drone including photography and video then instantly uploaded to a server where it can be accessed by authorized individuals anywhere in the world It becomes much easier to reach difficult locations with drones. This makes using drones significantly safer in certain situations. These are just a few of the reasons why this technology has been so important to the industry. As applied robotics continue to increase in complexity, there is very little doubt that the capabilities of surveying drones and the breadth of data that they can collected will only increase.
Aerial imagery services targets a range of applications for commercial industries, such as insurance, agriculture, oil and gas, and utilities, as well as state and local governments.
Thermal imaging cameras mounted on drones are being used for thermographic inspection of inaccessible buildings and electrical power lines, as well as for firefighting and law enforcement activities. The technology can also be implemented for other industrial applications, research and development, search and rescue, animal location, and multiple agricultural applications.
One of the growing uses of UAVs/drones is to gather photos and videos of outdoor events and festivals. These platforms provide great ways to capture unique perspectives of large gatherings, with much more dynamic vantage points and reduced costs over full scale aerial services.
Government entities are also moving quickly to embrace drone use for everything from increased situational awareness in public safety operations to inspections of utilities and infrastructure.
Drones can be deployed directly to site – whether you’re surveying an urban fire before sending your force in, mapping crowd control or using heat sensors in difficult mountain weather conditions. By monitoring in real-time and collecting accurate data, you can make smarter decisions faster. Similarly, in constantly changing environments – built up areas, increased traffic and sprawling commercial estates – effective drone use makes all the difference. Incident commanders can gain greater situational awareness and better identify where resources need to be deployed. Drone use affords better planning, reduces risk and can help keep costs low without compromising the safety of your force or the public.