Website Designers – What they do and don’t do

Often I get questions from other drone operators about making their own business websites.  Many don’t want to build their own website, they’d rather hire a professional website developer / designer.  In today’s post I wanted to share what web developers do, and what they don’t do.  Often potential web clients don’t understand that there’s more than just designing a …

New Gear For The New Year

We’re coming into the holiday season again!  Time sure goes fast!  For drone operators the fall and winter sales events across the net offer a wide variety of necessary tools.  So it’s time to think about what new tools might benefit your drone business. Software – Photo and Video Editing – 2D and 3D Modeling – Cloud Platforms For many …

Real Estate Photos You Might Never See Without Editing

If you’ve been house hunting in the past few years you might have come across some really compelling images that you’ll never see in real life.  Instead, often you’ll see edited images that really catch your attention.  Stunning sunrise and sunset photos featuring a home that you won’t see with your eyes.  Beautiful scenes from indoors looking out through windows …

The Mavic 3E – Exciting and Disappointing

In July of 2023 AZ Drone made a new capital equipment purchase.  We finally added the Mavic 3 Enterprise (M3E) to our business.  We don’t run out and buy every drone after it’s been released to the public.  We weigh the pros and cons of new equipment, make our decisions based on how the new equipment will improve our business …

High Lonesome Project

A Little More About AZ Drone – Chat GPT

We here at Arizona Drone are interested in a lot of tech topics.  We primarily focus on the drone industry, performing flights for an array of clients.  Home builders, realtors, private owners, raw land flights, and a lot more as well.  In addition to the drone work we do, we also work with a variety of platforms.  Photo editing, video …

Drone Construction Progress Reporting

Revolutionizing Construction: Using Drones for Progression Reporting

Using drones for construction progression reporting is a game-changer for the industry. Drones equipped with cameras and sensors can easily and efficiently capture high-resolution images and videos of construction sites. This data can be used to create detailed progress reports, including 3D models and maps, which provide an accurate and up-to-date view of the project’s progress. This can help project …

One Month With The DJI Avata – This drone will fit with our business

Mid-November 2022 we received our Avata FPV Drone from DJI.  The Avata wasn’t on my radar screen for new drones for our business.  Honestly I wasn’t certain a FPV Drone would fit our work at all. After a month of using the drone, my opinion has changed. I’m happy to say, the Avata does have a place in our workflow …

Creating Custom Drone Client Deliverable Web Pages

Over the years we’ve been working on ways to make information sharing with our drone clients easier.  Often times our customers are looking for multiple products to cover their job sites.  Some clients want 2D Orthomosaics showing construction progression.  Other clients want video flights through their construction sites.  Sometimes we’ll get requests for 360 degree virtual tours, still photos, time …

Arizona Drone’s New Direction

It has been a long time since AZ Drone’s Blog has been active.  We’ve been busy with new projects, online classes, and other tech related work.  Sadly, our content is spread across several platforms, but we’re going to start consolidating things at the end of 2022.  And that’s what today’s post is about. Drone Clients For those of you interested …