Monitor and track your construction site progress from the sky with detailed aerial, drone video and photography. For larger areas, we fly airplanes too. We’ll capture images from various altitudes, distances, and directions to give you the full geographic picture of your project.
Saint Louis Drones is a full-service creative photography and video crew able to provide concept to completion high end aerial photography and video productions with airplanes and drones. Our award winning production and post-production crews can develop your creative concept and delivery anything from internet advertising to high definition commercials for TV.
Rob Haller, Drone Navigator 314-604-6544 email@example.com
We provide professional aerial photos and video for commercial properties of all kinds. Aerial photographs of your business location are great for marketing materials. High resolution images for use in all media — printed collateral materials, trade show displays, newsletters and the web.
For businesses, corporate headquarters and multiple office branch locations. Aerial photos that showcase your geographic footprint.
For Commercial Property Owners. Whether it’s for insurance or real estate purposes we can capture your commercial property in the best light.
Building Lots & Prospective Site Surveys
Only an aerial photograph can provide you with a birds-eye view of potential building sites, showing surrounding features you just can’t see and appreciate from the ground.
Construction Progress Monitoring
Record the progress of a construction job on a periodic basis, to keep a permanent record for legal, billing, or archiving purposes.
Drone aerial photography and video for insurance firms.
It is sometimes critical to document events like storms, tornados, fires, any and all damages for insurance purposes, whether you are the insurer or the policyholder. Making sure there is a permanent record of such events can protect either party in the event of a claim or a disputed claim. We can help with hard evidence to support your case.
Rob Haller, Drone Specialist 314-604-6544 saintlouisdrones@saintlouisdrones
In building construction, topping out, sometimes referred to as topping off is a builders’ rite traditionally held when the last beam or its equivalent is placed atop a structure during its construction. Nowadays, the ceremony is often parlayed into a media event for public relations purposes. This is a project we accomplished for the 50th anniversary of Alberici Construction. We furnished a ground video production crew, still photographer and a drone crew. Deliverables were pleasantly received and worked wonderfully for the marketing communications department. Still images, video clips and printed materials for mailings and website communications.
Rob Haller, Drone Navigator
In business since 1982, our Aerial Photography crew has flown thousands of missions for a wide variety of clients. We fly drones, helicopters and airplanes, whatever is needed for your specific project. Our client list includes some of the world’s best known companies as well as individual property owners and collectors. We have a reputation for always exceeding our clients’ expectations and delivering exceptional quality and customer service.
We fly with the Inspire Cinematography Drone, truly a professional aerial platform, with a smooth fluid motion gimbal. Even better we have the Zenmuse X-5 camera. Nice visual options with wonderful wide lens attachments. Worlds away from that fish-eye Phantom Look.
We shoot video at 4K, 4096 x 2150 in Ultra High Definition, much faster than normal HD at 1920 x 1080. Still photographs are jpg and raw dng images at 16 megapixel HD – High Definition and can be easily enlarged.
Saint Louis Drone Aerial Photography and Video Production.
Rob Haller, Drone Specialist
This technology is an incredible tool for commercial and residential real estate professionals.
The FAA has streamlined a waiver process for individuals and businesses interested in using drones for commercial purposes. So-called Section 333 waivers are already in use by dozens of realtors and other operators currently using drones for their business.
Most widely agreed that the use of drones for commercial purposes will only grow with time, even as issues related to safety, privacy, insurance and the regulatory framework continue to evolve. They advised the audience about the importance of hiring approved operators with strong risk management practices, insurance coverage and, most importantly, a Section 333 waiver from the FAA.
Inspire drone with camera flying in Chesterfield, Missouri
Rob Haller, Drone Navigator