5 Awesome examples of how drones are being used to help wildlife.
The growing use of drones for surveys and site inspections in the property and construction industry.
Somebody needs to write a song about seeing the world at night from a drone’s perspective. You haven’t really seen your favourite city until you’ve seen it all lit up at after sunset.
Turmoil, turmoil, turmoil, but, you ask, how will Brexit impinge on the commercial drone industry.
Well, let’s say what most people are saying - it’s too early to say. That’s the easy bit. But there are some considerations:
Question: how do golfers best prepare for their weekend round when there’s reputation or cash, or both, at risk?
Answer: they visit the golf club’s website and study the online course information.
Drones: delivering happiness to golfers
Lunar are also very comfortable with their underwater filming as well as the over the water drone work!
So for those of you who don’t know already, we have a new addition… the DJI Inspire RAW, with all the current possible upgrades! What a babe. It is a reliable, slick, small, easy to use machine that provides us with the 4K RAW aerial video and the RAW hi definition aerial photographs our customers expect. Lunar Aerial Imaging is particularly geeking out over the following benefits.
Many people hear the word drone and feel anxious. They have been in the press a bit recently – flying near airplanes, falling out of the sky.
It doesn’t have to be like that and it shouldn’t be like that. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has strict rules and guidelines so things like this don’t happen.
Not so long ago a passerby referred to us as “dronies”. Well, that was the first time anyone had used that term to describe us and weren’t sure how to respond; we simply gritted our teeth, forced a smile and gave a friendly wave. What else could we have done?
Now Lunar Aerial Imaging doesn’t have a real problem with the word; indeed it’s a great descriptor for all the hobbyists out there and we remember that all that time ago we started out as hobbyists. We respect them and think the word dronie is an accurate and affectionate way of referring to them. Let’s get this on the record: we love dronies (as long as they keep to the rules).