A detailed pre-flight inspection, weather review, airspace review and contacting the local airports when needed are part of our planning to ensure a legal and safe drone launch. This can take days or even weeks.
We flight plan the mission and with the assistance of a visual observer when needed, inspect, photo or video the results. A wide variety of tools are needed to ensure safety and legal operations.
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Aerial Inspection Services
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We first access whether our drone is the right one for the mission. A decison is made by the PIC that our drone and it's operators can safely and legally take care of your inspection needs.
Our pilot staff includes Mike Phillips a former corporate pilot that has attained commercial, instrument and multi engine ratings with over 2600 hours of flight time. He is also an independent insurance adjuster with 23 years experience and is the President of Eastern Claims Service, Inc. Ryan Phillips a private pilot and certified Remote Drone Pilot also is available for flight operations. We also have Stephen Odom a licensed insurance adjuster with 4 years experience that is a trained visual observer. He is also the chief property analysis assisting with reviewing media for issues with properties being inspected as he has an extensive construction background.
Mike and Ryan Phillips are now also a certified Remote Drone Pilots in accordance with Part 107 regulations.