Drone Ranger Australia is excited to have been featured in a full page of the Sydney Morning Herald regarding drones & how they can "boost the bottom line" for business.
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In Australia, it takes only 5 hours of flight time and passing an exam to earn a Remote Pilot’s Licence i.e. a “qualified drone pilot”. In context, would you hop onto a bus or taxi in peak-hour traffic if you knew the driver only had 5 hours driving experience? Just because the person is “qualified” doesn’t mean they’re any good, so you need to ask the right questions to find out makes up that “qualification” ...
Remember that time when the Photo saved all the arguments about That Issue?
It was clear … no more questions asked … the problem was resolved because the answer was showing in the photo. A classic case of a picture painting a thousand words!
What if a drone image could save you TEN TIMES more than that i.e. 10,000 words! In addition to the time and hassle-free benefits, there’s a huge financial reward as well!
So how can a drone image do this?
How much computer storage do you need for running your drone program? The answer … HEAPS!
Is there anything else you need to consider apart from data storage? The answer … YES, PLENTY!
Let me explain …
Ever needed aerial vision to give you confidence in that important project decision or to fast-track decision making? Or maybe the aerial vision could assist that emergency situation with high risk to people or property?
Drones could be your solution!
The drone mission is complete, you’re back at the office and everyone is very excited to see the captured imagery and … oh no! … the data is no good! It didn’t capture the required area or … the images are out of focus or … the images won’t stitch together etc. etc.
Has this ever happened to you? Don’t worry; it is a common problem that can be easily explained.
So why does this happen?