Yes. Our system is completely electric and very stable. All we need is a location with a large open unobstructed area, such as a stadium, sound stage, warehouse, sports facility, auditorium, etc.
How Does a Typical Shoot Work?
Our team travels to your location with all the necessary equipment. Once at location, we unload, set-up, and do all safety checks. If all systems are good to go, then we can be ready for our first flights in approximately 15 minutes.
Our team consists of three key members: a primary pilot, a remote camera operator and one individual to act as a spotter during the shoot. While the camera is airborne, a live video feed is sent to our ground-station. From here, the camera operator, as well our client(s), can see everything from the camera’s perspective. Together, along-side the pilot, the group can easily communicate to one another in order to ensure the desired images are captured.
How Long Can We Fly?
Our systems are electric with typical flight times of 10 to 15 minutes, depending upon payload and weather conditions. When the battery pack is almost exhausted, we simply land the drone and replace the exhausted battery packs with a fully charged set. We have several battery packs and a portable charging station on-site to allow continual flights throughout the day.
Can We Provide Aerial Videography?
Yes, we specialise in live broadcast and cinematic aerial videography.
Can We Provide Still Photography?
Yes, our system is compatible with still photography.
Can We Fly Anywhere In The World?
Yes. Our system is very mobile and can be easily packed up for flying. We traveled with, and operated our aerial systems all over the world.