UAV Aerial Services - Drone Specialist
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Some of our services -if you don't see a service please ask - 

Property Photography 

Volumetrics and Site Mapping

Industrial Inspections 

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Crop Monitoring 

UAV Aerial Services  use a Drone to capture shots that show off your property at its best. We include a video package in the same price as an all in one pricing to save any confusion. UAV Aerial Services do NOT charge per 5 photographs like most operators, one price and as many photographs as we take you will receive.We work with Estate Agents but also Ideal for those not selling through a tradional Estate Agent. Aircraft used is a phantom 4 pro with a 20MP camera onboard produces great images and smooth videos.

UAV Aerial Services use a drone to overfly your site to capture the data required to generate volumetric reports, acurately, safely and keep your site running. 

Our Drones can gather a broad range of data types, including:

2D ortho-mosaic maps
Digital Terrain Model (DTM)
Digital Surface Model (DSM)
Contour and Topographic mapping
3D Visualisation -




UAV Aerial Services industrial inspections 


There are many regular inspection tasks to be undertaken on a typical industrial site.  For example, simple visual checks, pollution risk reviews and thermal inspections.  UAV platforms can provide access to areas that are too difficult or too risky to send your team into.  These services can dramatically reduce your risk exposure in a “working at height” situation and by altering the economics of these inspections,  can enable you to do them more frequently. Thermal building inspections are also available for building heat loss.


UAV Aerial Services use Drones for crop monitoring and providing upto date data on your fields


If precision technology drove the farming revolution of recent years, monitoring crops from the sky using drones will drive the next, as agronomists, agricultural engineers and farmers turn to UAVs (or UAS) to gain better crop insights and more accurately plan and manage their operations.