Skydio 2 Enterprise
This drone literally has a mind of its own! With best in class obstacle avoidance and advanced automatic 3D capture capbilities this drone can safely capture extremely fine details for visual inspections, digital twin creation and basic 2D maps. And the autonomy engine can creatively follow subjects through dense foliage, inside buildings, and extreme close-ups (as close as 4 inches from a stationary object) without worry.
DJI Mavic 3 Cine
Combining a Hasselblad 20 MP, 4/3 primary imaging sensor and 1 TB SSD, the Mavic 3 Cine can record video at a quality level that would have required a dedicated cinema camera and a very large airframe. The primary camera (it also has a 7X telephoto camera that's like flying binoculars) has 12 levels of dynamic range. What does that mean? It means shadows and highights will pop without being washed out. The internal SSD is fast enough to record ProRes 4:2:2 video at 5K, meaning it can match to ground cameras. And it also has a few tricks up its sleeve for making great, fluid motion shots.
I've been taking pictures and video since high school, when my grandfather gave me a Canon AE-1 for Christmas (I'm sure mom and dad helped). While it wasn't my primary vocation, I went to school for television production, and was never too far away from the business as a cable guy. I always dreamed of flying but it was just out of reach until the early 2010s when drones became affordable and practical. I bught my first drone (well 3 actually) in 2016 and picked up my FAA part 107 license in 2017. Since then I've been doing some freelance work, building kits and experimenting with this facinating new world of flight. As someone who's been responsible for people, stood up on a stage and sung to the back row, and in a role where my actions directly impacted thousands of customers, I've demonstrated that working under pressure and deadlines is second nature, something I've done my whole life.
In 2019 I began looking at ways to incorporate radio trancievers into drones as a payload. Originally intending to build a two way voice radio system (because who couldn't use a 400 foot tower that fits in your backpack?), I realized the techniques used for aerial mapping using optical sensors could also be used for tracking down sources of radio signals and interference. Currently I have a prototype in developement that will be used to determine the best way to use drones for triangulation, locating and identification of RF sources.
High quality tools that can be easily integrated into any production
A new tool for real estate, inspections and marketing
FAA licensed since 2017.
Familiar with Pixhawk and Ardupilot.
Experimenting with a new use for drones, locating sources of radio intereference and CATV leaks
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Parachute, Colorado, United States