Black Friday is coming and so we wanted to update you with what big offers we have for you running until Sunday midnight! 0% finance is available on all of the below deals. Call 01709 599 458 if you have any questions.
DJI Phantom 4 & CAA Drone Training Course for £1,549.20+VAT
All of our offers are available whilst stock of equipment is available, so be sure to call us on 01709 599 458 with any questions you might have about the drones or course this Black Friday.
Our CAA Drone Training Course is available in Sheffield, Heathrow, Brighton, Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds and Ramsgate.
With the CAA Permission for Commercial Operation Course from COPTRZ™, you’ll receive motivating training in a fun environment that’s much more than the piece of paper for your aerial permissions. You’ll understand the true benefits and opportunities presented by skilled drone flying: the more training you put in at the start, the higher fees you can command! It pays to take a full, fun, engaging CAA PfCO Course rather than a short course that only qualifies you on the most basic level.
Drones are fantastic tools for such a wide range of industries, from construction to real estate, marketing to education, agriculture to emergency services. But knowing what to do with the sheer volume of data a drone can capture can be intimidating. Creating clear visuals from drone images can take a long time, and be a complex process. Unless, of course, you use Pix4Dmapper.
Pix4Dmapper: The Industry Standard (Whatever Industry You’re In)
Since launching in 2011, Pix4D has become a buzzword amongst experienced engineers using drone data. The company has developed several sector-specific packages, such as the Agri version for precise agricultural applications.
There are several reasons why Pix4D has become a leader in drone data processing:
1) The software is adaptable to any industry – there’s no limit to the application
2) Fast processing compared to its competitors – show clients the visuals on a faster timescale
3) No specialist equipment is required – the software can process images from consumer-quality cameras
Thanks for taking an interest in our Pix4Dmapper workshops. You’re already one step ahead of the competition!
We know, however, that you’re probably going to have to persuade at least one more person before getting the A-OK on the purchase order to book you’re place. It’s OK: we’ve saved you the hassle. Below is an email template for you to use – just delete/add in details as you see fit!
We’re so glad you’re interested in the Pix4Dmapper workshops, because it really will change your business practices. The software is so efficient, has so many applications, and will significantly speed up your modelling processes. What’s not to love?
If you’re still having trouble getting the go-ahead from a budget-conscious boss, let us know. Just get in touch and tell us who we need to speak to – we’ll make sure your place is secured after a quick chat with your decision maker!
A survey was commissioned by a major port authority in the UK for a fuelling jetty used by a global oil major. The organisation wanted to have a direct comparison between traditional hydrographic survey techniques and drone-based survey, to ascertain whether this can be met by drones for their future needs.
The survey site was not a straightforward one, because the security and safety standards of the site meant even getting access to conduct the survey was a complicated process. Prior to visiting the site, a full risk assessment had been successfully submitted.
Upon arrival on site, extensive ID checks were carried out before a safety briefing. It’s elements like this that any commercial drone pilot needs to take into account when planning a project: the ID and safety checks took more than two hours to complete. If not adequately factored in the survey window may turn out to be too short to accommodate. Continue reading “Drone Surveys: A Major Port Case Study”
The Yuneec Tornado H920 drone is marketed as a multi-rotor aerial photography and videography platform designed for professional use, and with a price tag to match! The three different models in the range (the CG04, GB603 and the V18 respectively) will set you back between £4,300 and £6,000 each, which is certainly not small change.
For a truly professional drone that simply does what you need it to do reliably and without a lot of problems, the right drone can be worth its weight in gold; but does the H920 live up to its promise, or are buyers left disappointed with its performance and quality where it counts? We’ve made it our mission to find out. Read on to find out more. Continue reading “Yuneec Tornado H920 Drone Review”
If you are in the market for a multispectral camera that can revolutionise your drone use, two models you might well have come across are the Micasense RedEdge and the Parrot Sequoia. While a large factor in your final decision might come down to the budget you have at your disposal, here we run through the main features of each, so you know exactly what you are getting for your money.
Smooth, consistent flight, responsive controls, versatile payloads and resistance to adverse weather conditions make top of the range drones invaluable to a variety of professionals. With a huge amount of research, investment and innovation going into designing and building each machine, it’s no surprise that the very best models on the market come with price tags that reflect their quality and reliability.
Using 3D mapping enables civil engineers to reduce the amount of time it takes to design, analyse and maintain an infrastructure, or implement any changes. Information-rich, intelligent 3D models are capable of spanning the infrastructure’s entire lifecycle, from the initial planning stages through to operation and maintenance.