Commercial &
Industry

Development, construction & many other industries use high-quallity aerial footage for progress reports, surveys, mapping & marketing.

BUILDING WORKConstruction Sites

Capturing aerial footage throughout the life cycle of any construction project can provide multiple benefits to the many stakeholders, especially your clients.
We document the location at the start providing a future glimps of how things will look when completed. This gives your client more confidence as what they are investing in.
During construction, our aerial footage will showcase the progress that is being made, helping your business make the right decisions and providing your clients with feedback on how it is all going.
Upon completion, we can help capture aerial marketing footage, illustrating what you can do for your clients, as well as showcasing your client’s vision.
"Mavic Pro" aerial drone photo of the start of a "VINCI" contruction site of several warehouses in Avonmouth, Bristol
"Mavic Pro" aerial drone photo of near completion of a "VINCI" contruction site of several warehouses in Avonmouth, Bristol
"Mavic 2 Pro" aerial drone photo of the start of a "Goldbeck" contruction site of a DHL warehouse in Avonmouth, Bristol
"Mavic 2 Pro" aerial drone photo of near completion of a "Goldbeck" contruction site of a DHL warehouse in Avonmouth, Bristol
"Mavic Pro" aerial drone photo of a "LEWIS Civil Engineering" flood overflow sewage tank in Bridgwater
"Mavic 2 Pro" aerial drone photo of "Whitemountain" building a bridge and access way in Bridgwater
"Mavic 2 Pro" aerial drone photo of a "Barratt Homes" development site in Charfield, Wotton-under-Edge, Bristol
"Mavic 2 Pro" aerial drone photo of a "Barratt Homes" development site in Alstone, Highbridge
"Mavic 2 Pro" aerial drone photo of a completed "Barratt Homes" development site in Kingsdown, Swindon
"Mavic Pro" aerial drone photo of Law Faculty at the University of the West of England Frenchay Campus

DEVELOPMENTHousing &
Engineering Projects

More & more houses are being built around the country, as well as many new engineering project are being considered. Aerial photography & film can showcase the entire development process, from supporting council applications, to client proposals, all the way to the completed development.
Being able to illustrate what can be done with land or a site to potential clients or making sure that council applications are fully supported, will help move your project forward.
Upon completion of any development, we can help capture aerial footage to market what has been created.

AERIAL OVERVIEWProviding Oversight &
Enhance Safety

Aerial footage is the best method to capture an overall view of a site for many purposes, such as:
– Illustraying what can be found where
– Increase overall safety
– Showcase where no-go and safe zones are
– Progression
"Mavic Pro" aerial drone photo of "Hanson Aggregates" quarry in Pontypridd Wales
"Mavic Pro" aerial drone photo of "Hanson Aggregates" quarry in Bridgend Wales
"Mavic Pro" aerial drone photo of "Hanson Aggregates" quarry in Chipping Sodbury, Bristol

CINEMATIC 4K @ 30FPSThe Best Drone to Use

The DJI Mavic 2 Pro hasselblad camera has a 1-inch sensor which can capture Cinematic 4K video & up to 20MP photos. The quality is simply astounding for such a small aircraft.
Due to its small form factor it can be easily transported, it does not require a lot of space to set up and is fully deployed within 5 minutes if required.
We would liaise with you for your exact specification and make sure we deliver the required footage on time.
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