A Commercial Drone Service Provider
Golf Course Superintendents and Farmers are lowering costs and maximizing course conditions and crop yields with drone mapping. Whether compiling plant counts, assessing crop damage, detecting insect and fungi damage, or planning drainage and irrigation repair, drones can play a vital role in precision agronomy and agriculture efforts to ensure better decisions are made throughout the growing season.
Multimedia production includes Commercial and Real Estate Videography and Photography, Special Events and Activity Marketing.
By using drones for aerial inspections, building inspectors can identify issues on roofs, building exteriors, cell phone and water towers without the need to spend hours walking or climbing a site. This also prevents businesses from sending contractors into unsafe conditions unless it’s absolutely necessary. For insurance inspectors, drones similarly provide a streamlined way to inspect claims quickly and assess damage to property, homes, and commercial real estate.
MIDAIR360, LLC offers interactive Virtual Tours to private home owners and Real Estate Agents
Virtual Tours allow businesses to showcase their facilities on their website or other forms of social media. They provide an accurate reflection of your facility through a sequence of images and videos that can significantly influence business.
An FAA Licensed Drone (sUAS) pilot has obtained the necessary knowledge and Licensing to operate under Part 107 Regulations from the FAA in order to operate a drone for commercial operations in the U.S.A. The test that is given covers a wide variety of questions from weather, sectional charts, airspace, temporary flight restrictions and more. Those that have completed this are allowed to legally charge for their services.
A Non-Licensed sUAS Pilot has not passed the Licensing exam and is not allowed to legally charge for their services. Thus putting anyone that uses them along with the pilot at the risk of being assessed fines and penalties.