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  1. Hello UAV community, For the past 4 years, I have been working as a drone operator and aerial cinematographer around the United States. I recently moved to Puerto Rico to pursue a documentary project and have decided to start a different kind of drone business with a local colleague. I am looking for advice on the most popular drone models that are currently used for damage/structural inspections, 3D mapping, and surveying (I understand that this is probably 3 separate drones). I could repurpose my Mavic Pro and Inspire 2 for this venture, but I imagine there are systems that are better s
  2. Can anyone advise me about the problem with vertical GPS values on DJI units? The horizontal values seem to be just fine. We have an Inspire 1 and an Phantom 4 Pro. We have been using them, along with DroneDeploy and Pix4D, to map wetland vegetation for wetland restoration projects in Florida. The problem arose when we started combining imagery with survey to create and deliver 3D models to our engineering colleagues. Both UAVs report accurate altitude to the RC, but the EXIF tags tell an entirely different story: A photo taken at ground level (let's say, 65' above sea level),
  3. Dear UAV Coach community, In Geoscan we develop multidimensional spatial data visualization system – Sputnik GIS. It is a great tool for viewing and analyzing wide range of UAV survey results. Here is areas of applications of Sputnik GIS: mining, urban planning, road construction and maintenance, oil and gas, emergency management, condition survey and more. We are glad to present you a new version of Sputnik 1.3. In this version, we improved TLS rendering algorithm and released new features. Please check out the list of improvements and innovations below. 1. TLS rend
  4. Interesting article I read, very exciting to see all the use cases with drones. I am familiar with pool studio and was wondering how I could import .obj files into pool studio. This article has confirmed that and lists the step, great content. Just another service everyone out there can provide,Check it out! https://blog.structurestudios.com/business/your-drone-can-draw-a-3d-house-for-your-pool-and-landscape-design
  5. Dear UAV people, I read an introduction is much appreciated so here I go..I'll try to keep it short;-) I'm considereing buying an Phantom 4 in a few weeks.. I am someone that tries to get back in his old skill- and toolset and I am currently looking for work. I graduated as a Multimedia designer a long time ago.. (but in this galaxy). I worked as a 3D modeler on computer games, virtual reality- and video presentations and once in a while I still work on filmfestival shorts as a volunteer doing FX, titles, illustrations..animations. At some point it was necesary to adapt to the sit
  6. Hey again guys. The moment is finally here. We are obtaining our certifications and in search of jobs. Because this market is "new", in a sense, what is the "standard" or ball park pricing we are charging for different services. (Yes there are many). We can say it's based upon location, experience, demand. Yes those all play a role. However, at the moment it's hard to justify pricing. Simply because there isn't much in this industry just yet. For myself, I'm starting off shooting real estate and exteriors for builders. What did photographers charge who shot out of a heli
  7. Hello Jeff Here, I am AMA #855205. I am also a Member of ERCA (Eugene Radio Control Aeronauts) I have been building and flying RC fixed wing aircraft for 20+ years. I have been building and flying multirotors since there inception. I have several quads one hex heavy lift. And a lot of FVP gear. I am a member of "Airbears" Search and Rescue. I am a Licensed and Bonded Master Carpenter and Maintenance Engineer. And have an Associates Degree in Electronics Tech. I believe that Most of the incidents that have happened with multi-rotors and drones would not have happened IF