Construction companies around the world have utilized drone technology to assist in their projects. Drones have the ability to cover five-times the territory a person on foot can during inspections and site surveillance. Drones also eliminate the risk of injury or death to human employees when used to take-on more dangerous site inspections. Construction companies can also utilize drones to create progress reports that not online outline the progression of a project, but show it through visual media.
The use of drone technology in the creation of informational content ranges greatly. For instance, a drone can be used to capture compelling B-roll footage for use in between segments of a video or stock images to make an advertisement or document pop. On the flip side, drone technology can be used to film specific subjects with relative ease and from a unique perspective. Whether it’s an advertisement or informational, drones multimedia is a great way to make a project stand out.
Agricultural companies and farmers can utilize drones to save them time while inspecting their crops and the property on which they grow. Normally it might take a farmer days or weeks before discovering an issue with their crops or a structure on their property. Drone technology enhances a farmer’s “big-picture” vision and allows them to see large portions of their property in one fell swoop.
When attempting to sway a prospective home buyer unique photos and videos are a surefire way to win them over. Somebody who is serious about purchasing a home will want to see their potential new property from every angle possible. Aerial cinematography and photography can tell the story behind a property while also keeping the prospect’s eyes on a listing. Drone technology offers all-new