Dealing with the sky is what I do best. As an airline pilot, certified flight/ground instructor, and commercial remote pilot (drone/sUAS), there isn’t any project that we won't tackle. Our imagination alongside your input will produce excellent results.
Why you should consider our drone for your business:
1. Cut Costs
First and foremost, a company has to think about the bottom line. It’s the nature of a commercial enterprise. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) have the potential to save companies a lot of money and indeed are already doing just that. Drones have started to supplement or even replace satellite imagery, helicopter film crews, or on-site inspection crews for some firms. The main thing is that these cost cuts come almost immediately and only require a drone, a pilot, and permits. And sure, you ask, these things on their own aren’t expensive, but what about cost overtime?
2. Efficiency & Time
Time is actually also something that drones can help you with. A Goldman Sachs report cited an account where a 12-acre property which took about 100 hours to inspect traditionally was cut down to only 2 hours using a drone. That’s not just an increase in efficiency, but a decrease in costs overtime on hours spent on-site. That’s more time focusing on using the data you gather, rather than gathering it.
Drones also make it easier to stay safer on site. It’s now easier for inspectors to quickly figure out the problem, without having to risk life and limb to climb up, down, or through on their own. In business, like in life, the safety of people should be your priority. And drone technology has the potential to make the workplace safer for those working in precarious and hazardous situations.
Now after you’ve filmed, photographed, or inspected, that’s when you start analyzing. Precision data is the lifeblood of companies, and with drones, it’s easier than ever to acquire. Drone footage paired with data analytics software or computer vision can give detailed information of a farm field, construction site, or ecological preserve. Businesses can only do as much as they understand, and, with improvements in efficiency and costs, can focus more on understanding and acting on information.
At the end of the day, though, it’s not just about changing how you do business. It’s about how you think about your business. Unmanned Aerial Systems on their own do not run a company—people do. And sometimes all it takes to solve a problem or find understanding is to look at something familiar with unfamiliar eyes. And with a new age in UAS technology emerging, it may just be a bird’s eye view that gives you vision.