Its no secret that the weather In the United Kingdom is unreliable. So what happens if I cant fly?
In the event of bad weather conditions I will reschedule our appointment at the earliest possible date and time to suit your business. There will be NO additional charge in this case.
Our drones can operate as low as -10°c and as high as 40°c!
High winds can also affect us, however our drones are safe in up to 25 Mph winds. Safety is our highest priority if the unfortunate situation should arise we will not fly and risk damage to your business or to our drones.
In the early stages of your enquiry we offer a pre-site survey, an industry standard we look at the area suggested for any dangers or risk. From here I can then advise if I could operate here or what precautions can be made.
Absolutely! We can provide a Live 1080p Video on an iPad for you to see exactly what the drone sees instantly! Useful for roof inspections for example.
Well .... Its the Law!
Drones are Not toys and in the wrong hands can cause serious danger to Life and Property.
My training covered vast amounts of Aviation law meaning that I understand everything required to operate drones safely.
Article 94 (5) From the CAA states " The SUA operator must not cause or permit a small unmanned aircraft to be flown for the purposes of commercial operations, and the remote pilot of a small unmanned aircraft must not fly it for the purposes of commercial operations, except in accordance with a permission granted by the CAA".
Any person or organisation providing commercial work and not adhering to the law is operating illegally .
More information can be found here .
The law is 500m Horizontally and 400ft vertically or 120m . However we MUST stay within unaided VLOS (Visual Line of Sight) of the Drone at ALL times.
In simple terms the aircraft must not be flown out of sight of a human eye.
Currently my drone's maximum operating speed is 72 KPH or 44 MPH.