Did You Know?

Transport Canada regards drones as aircraft and expects pilots to hold the required Canadian Aviation Documents. DroneVue holds a Canada-wide flight certificate called a SFOC. Drone operations always require an advance survey of the site. Currently, imaging operations require a 30 metre safety buffer zone separating the drone from bystanders, buildings, property lines, vehicles and public […]

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Our Approach

We don’t believe drone imaging operations have to be overly complicated endeavours. DroneVue’s use of small crews, advance flight planning, and drones suitable to the task means we can complete your image capture projects efficiently. And at a reasonable cost. DroneVue Imaging provides video and photo data for documentation and filmmaking purposes. All Remotely Piloted […]

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What’s Involved?

Typically, drone imaging operations involve the following steps: Preliminary discussions and map survey. On-the-ground site survey. Flight operation planning. If required, co-ordination with Air Traffic Control. Drone operation with Pilot and one or more Visual Observers. Digital video or photographic files are delivered either immediately without post-production or later with basic editing and colour corrections. […]

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