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This image shows a large aerial map of the roundabout at Buckholt lane - the original image (approximately 3 times this size), taken from a height of 90m comprises of 12 shots, each overlapping which are then combined to create a much higher resolution shot - this one equates to a 50mp resolution image.
Using a drone allows you to get current, up to date imagery at a much higher resolution than can be hoped for from commercial satellites. We can map large areas quickly and economically covering between 10 and 20 acres per day at this resolution
Getting up close to some structures (particularly listed ones) to inspect details is a much simpler process when using a drone. No need for ladders, scaffolding etc. We can (normally) perform 95% of the risk assessment and planning prior to the site and upon arrival can usually be flying within 15 minutes. We can also provide a 'live view' to any observers that want to 'direct' our flights. This is a much safer/cost effective way of getting into places that would normally require specialist access
We can also help with planning issues in areas where there are likely to be problems. An aerial view from one of our drones delivers 20mp images and allows an overview of the area and an insight into how new buildings will fit in and interact with their surroundings
We specialise in accessing areas where traditional photography would be either prohibitively expensive or impossible. Aerial views of developments and civil engineering projects allow you to quickly assess how they are proceeding, whether they are remaining within any constraints you have placed as well as being able to view the overall impact of the project - extremely useful in providing a reference point for future developments/applications
Development of rural areas is often a source of contention. From the ground it always looks worse. Aerial imagery puts developments into context and are good for keeping the public informed about large infrastructure projects. They can also be used to assess the potential impact on the local area
Everyone loves a planning application. Especially when it's right in the middle of town or on a piece of land that 'locals' feel they have a right to.
Getting photos of land like this to assist in the planning process is where a drone excels.
We offer a cost effective solution, seven days a week (weather permitting) and provide a fast, reliable and professional service.
Our FAQ page should answer a lot of your questions but please feel free to ask if you need any more information
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