Starting a drone business is an exciting, nerve wracking and demanding time. We know, we’ve been there! Sometimes it’s difficult to know what to focus on first, but one thing’s for sure; you’re going to need some customers. As much as we all love flying, without paying clients the dream can be over pretty much as soon as it’s begun.
Marketing is critical to the success of your drone business and it doesn’t have to be complicated. This short guide hopes to provide you with some insights as to where to prioritise your marketing efforts and give you access to some time saving tools and tips to get your business off the ground.
Drones are one of the most rapidly advancing technologies which are currently disrupting industries across the world. There are hundreds of drone manufacturers vying for business across the leisure and commercial market, with household names such as Parrot and Go-Pro now getting in on the act. But how do you go about choosing a drone that is right for you and your business?
COPTRZ, the commercial drone specialist, have released the UK’s first drone market intelligence report, ‘Eyes on the Sky’, gathered from a database of over 45,000 drone users and enthusiasts.
This report allows any business who has been toying with the idea of using drone technology to proceed with the confidence that this is a growing sector and demand for UAV services are increasing dramatically.
It’s International Drone Day today, so forget locking yourself in a darkened cinema or gloomy pub this weekend, grab your drone and head outdoors!
Drone filming and photography are allowing us to gain a new perspective on this stunning country of ours and with many parts of the UK often ranking highly on ‘most beautiful destination’ lists, perhaps it’s time you took your drone on a holiday? Here, we suggest 5 places where you can safely fly and capture some amazing imagery to boot!
Hello, I’m David Johnson. And coming up on the latest “Coptrz” news update, U.K. Minister of Defense Harriet Baldwin has called for proposals for autonomous systems to deliver supplies to troops in the field. In the U.K. police and prison officers are setting up a specialist unit to tackle drones flying drugs, porn, and phones into jails. And Amazon and the CAA are inviting primary school children to design a drone with a chance to win a tour of Amazon Prime’s Air Development Center in Cambridge up for grabs.
Insurance is risky business. From fraud to first response at times of trouble, insurance investigations can be expensive and lengthy processes for both the provider and the claimant. We investigate how the drones are a game-changer for insurance surveys and how the latest automated drone technologies are a win-win for insurance companies looking to boost profits and customers hoping to lower their premiums.
A recent study by PwC predicts that drone powered solutions could be worth $6.8 billion in the insurance industry alone, having highlighted the sector as one of eight which could be revolutionized by this growing disruptive technology. Scroll to find out how drones can improve safety, fight fraud and lower costs for everyone.
When it comes to software for drone surveying, Pix4D is one of the best options available. COPTRZ takes a closer look at some inspiring case studies, and asks how UAV operators can utilize its features to get the most out of their drone data.
From up-to-the-minute news and sports coverage to on-demand comfort viewing like The Great British Bake Off, drone technology has become as ingrained in our TV repertoire as flat screens and high-definition, you may just never have noticed.
Surveying is a big opportunity for drone operators. But until now, development in the sector has been hampered by a lack of drones built specifically for that market. Enter the Matrice 210 RTK: the latest addition to the Matrice 200 Series. It’s built for surveying, construction and similar industries, with additional features that make it easier to operate in any conditions.