In recent years, insurance companies have been widely embracing drone technology. Aerial photography is invaluable at all stages of the insurance lifecycle. They can be used to gather data before a risk is insured, to help in preventative maintenance, and to assess damage after an event.
Images of the property to be insured can be obtained prior to providing coverage. Spurred by catastrophic damage from weather events in the Southwest, drones have been given an international stage to truly showcase their effectiveness.
Drones can take amazing aerial photography of your events that you can share to social media for real-time engagement during your event. They can also take photos of the venue before your event, which you can use for marketing.
Share these images on your blog, in your newsletter, on your ticket sales page, and on your social media profiles to generate excitement and ticket sales. It is an effective form of social media marketing for your event.
Utilities, Telecommunications, and Energy inspections have become much more complex. The telecommunications industry is one of the first industries to benefit from the use of Drones. Climbing communication towers and other high structures is one of the most dangerous jobs, and telecommunication asset owners can avoid these risks by using aerial photography for these inspections. Commercial drones are changing the way operators are auditing and inspecting wireless infrastructure, by enabling a safer collection of high-resolution images, video.
5Th Ave Pro can support your solar panel system via aerial photography inspection. We will coordinate the operation with your dedicated project manager and fly the mission and return a comprehensive and actionable report that will dramatically improve your decision-making process.
Using drones for aerial inspections of proposed rooftop solar sites enable teams to properly plan installation and remotely confirm project progress. View obstacles, accurately plan to measure missions, and have a precise base inspection map.
Differentiating property listings through high-quality photography and video pays huge dividends. Today, the latest marketing resource in real estate is the use of dramatic camera aerial photography and video tours in online listings. Some agents claim that drones are the most important new technology to enter real estate marketing since the internet, and it is easy to see why. Using flying cameras, real estate photographers are producing dramatic, sweeping shots of landscapes, panoramas of ocean and mountain vistas and seamless 360-degree views of gorgeous home exteriors.
We provide drones roof inspections for roofing companies, general contractors, insurance companies, facility management firms and building management companies. We can systematically collect high resolution roof imagery and generate comprehensive roof reports 3X faster than traditional methods.
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Drone multimedia and marketing imagery offer an incredibly affordable new point of view. No longer does cost restrict the perspective you can present. Drones services offers you amazing aerial photography images and video to compliment your advertising efforts, social media marketing, as well as promotional campaigns. Using 5Th Ave Pro SUAP services, a potential client looking through this new lens will be thrilled to find that their business, project, or special event will be professionally represented with stunning visual content.
Due to the tremendous magnitude of railroad infrastructure within the United States, the task of inspecting and maintaining tracks has not kept up with technology but there has been a very recent adoption of drones technology. The main difficulty in the boots-on-the-ground inspection model has been the lack of automation, scalability, and repeatability resulting in huge delays in reporting, sometimes taking months with little to no actionable information.
One of the major challenges facing railroad networks is preventing obvious failures in tracks. Preventing potential malfunctions requires inspecting thousands of miles of the track while avoiding risk to inspectors and traffic interference.
For generations farmers have walked their fields inspecting crops manually for signs of stress, disease, and vigor. Irrigation management, crop inspection, spraying of pesticides, all use traditional labor intensive methods, which are time consuming, and can be difficult as crop canopies thicken. Using drones and aerial photography , farmers can now evaluate their crops at scale, while simultaneously creating vegetation maps that help them manage their crops – and their time – better.
Aerial-based thermal imaging has also become an important tool for agricultural management. It is a non-invasive way to monitor crops, nurseries and greenhouses and even detect plant disease.
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