The new laws are being brought in after severe disruption at Gatwick Airport in December 2018 which led to over 1000 flights being cancelled. There is currently a no fly zone of 1KM but under plans anounced by the government and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) this will be extended to 5KM.
Thank you to all our clients and friends – it was great year and we loved it.
Here is our 2019 show-reel that showcases the types of commercial jobs that we completed in the last year.
How many locations do you recognise?
It is of the utmost importance that tools and technology be used for such scenarios whereby your company’s workers can be safe from such hazardous incidents whilst being able to carry out their work effectively, why not use drones for inspections and surveys of Roof, Chimney, Guttering & Solar Panels.
Summer has finally arrived! Today we were filming in Dundee, Scotland with Dundee City Council on an exciting new project all about renewable green energy. Dundee, Angus in Scotland Dundee is Scotlands fourth-largest city on the East Coat. It is promoted as “One City, Many Discoveries” due to the many firsts it has discovered and shared…
We had a great day for filming today in Crail, Fife, a historic fishing village on the East Neuk of Fife coast Scotland.
The sun was out for a change! Maybe its the start of sping 🙂
This week we have been filming at Carnoustie Golf Links on the Championship Course in Angus, Scotland. The course is one of the venues in The Open Championship rotation and will host the 147th event in July 2018.
The DJI Mavic Air Drone was released in January 2018 and is an entry level drone below the DJI Mavic range but with features above the DJI Spark range. It features all the technologies of the other drones that DJI offer but in a more budget and smaller drone allowing you to easily carry anywhere.
The DJI Spark Mini Drone was released in May 2017 and is an entry level drone below the DJI Mavic range. It features all the technologies of the other drones that DJI offer but in a more budget and smaller drone allowing you to easily carry anywhere. But is it worth buying?
Here at Rising View professionalism and safety are two of the most important aspects of our drone photography service. This is why we are registered with the Civil Aviation Authority and we hold a RPAS qualification.
Sometimes we get enquiries from people who say they just want a few photo’s that will won’t take long and they seem genuinely surprised when we tell them that any photo shoot we carry out is done to certain rules and regulations which take time to achieve.
It’s unfortunate but the British weather is often cold and windy and during the winter months storms can cause damage to roof tops, church spires and solar panels. Inspecting damage at height can be done quickly and efficiently using drone photography. It means that a repair can be put in hand as fast as possible.
Drones are unmanned aerial vehicles that can have cameras attached to them. This means you can have images taken from a height for inspections for maintenance or damage. They are especially useful if you have damage to your solar panels which are usually placed at height on your roof.
A drone is known as a UAV, which stands for unmanned aerial vehicle. They are used for various purposes, but have gained a lot of popularity with photographers who use their cameras with their drones to create images with a birds-eye view. A drone camera can be very useful when a church spire needs an inspection because it can safely capture crystal clear images which are very high up.