Using drones for real estate photography

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Using drones for real estate photography

Drone Real Estate Photography

Drones are really UAVs. These translate into Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. As you know, a pilot does not really need to be inside the plane to do its work. It can be controlled remotely or you can program its different functions beforehand and let it do its work. This may seem fuzzy and unclear at first however, there are many advantages to not putting yourself on the line for this one. This is because drones present advantages you only get to experience if you try them out.

It can be controlled remotely

If something can be controlled remotely, you do not have to be there at all. There are certain military missions that involve a great deal of violence. These moments are so violent that even soldiers themselves aren’t allowed to deploy themselves. As such, they use UAVs. These UAVs take the danger away from the men and women. The police also use it to bust crime. In addition, you do not have to be dangling 400m above ground. You can let the drone do a drone real estate photography for you. You don’t have to risk yourself at all.

They cost less

Some drones do not need great maintenance work and in short, they cost less in the long run. Some of the drones you see can even last for 5 years with the help of the sun. Since drones can be programmed, you can use their efficiency to your advantage. It eliminates the human error factor so it can easily do measured tasks efficiently. This includes drone real estate photography and agriculture. In fact, many people use it to monitor their lands. Instead of driving around the whole property, you just use drone. You save gas and you save time at the same moment.

They work non-stop

As long as drones have fuel, they will never stop working correctly. These drones keep on working unlike their human counterparts. With proper maintenance, they can do work efficiently for as long as they can and be consistent about it. If a drone is set to do a task, it will do it regardless of what the weather is or what danger lies ahead. Drones do not feel so you can abuse their ability to work without stopping. This may sound sadistic but using that to advantage will give an edge over rivals and competitors.

They are accurate

Since drones are machines, when they are set to do something, they follow it to the letter. You do not need to tell a drone to finish up on its work as it already does that for you. They provide high quality pictures and videos that detail what the scene contains and what it exhibits. This is especially important in predicting traffic and car flows in the major highways. This allows time-conscious people to move faster and reroute themselves. In addition, it also shows whatever major problem may be present.  You can easily make a solution as you try to solve it.


Tony is our CASA accredited Chief Remote Drone Pilot. His role is to oversee and authorise all Company unmanned aerial operations before they leave the ground. , Having an immense background in Military aviation with the Royal New Zealand Airforce (RNZAF) he is a qualified Aircraft engineer who has worked on many military fixed and rotary wing aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft. His passion,and diverse experience in all things aviation related, place him in a position to ensure the safest and most reliable outcomes are achieved each and every time our unmanned aircraft systems take to the skies.