Can You Fly a Drone Indoors?

Before we go any further, you might be wondering whether you can fly a drone inside at all.

The answer is yes, absolutely you can—if your drone was made to fly indoors. Fly the drone indoors safely. FPV can take flight in the office or manufacturing plant. We’ve taken the safety aspect into account and built some of our own drones. Yes, with a 3D printer. Extremely light weight, and versatile to fly safely indoors. Couple that with experienced pilots and you can create some great marketing tools.

But how can you tell if you have an indoor drone?

Professional indoor drones are going to be your best—and only—option if you want to fly indoors for any kind of work-related need, such as inspections, visual data collection, or 3D modeling.

Drones are often an inexpensive alternative to manual options when it comes to collecting visual data for inspection purposes, in part because they make visual inspections possible without expensive scaffolding and the downtime needed to put it up and take it down.

Flying indoors requires exceptional skill on the part of the drone pilot and in this case full attention was needed with regard to the lighting in some of the darker warehouse spaces.  Safely done, indoor drone flying can add another level to your filmmaking capabilities and be beneficial for a variety of projects it turns out drones are great for showing up the construction of new buildings the operation of equipment or machinery or even just the interior of a large facility.  They’re also great for residential real estate opening up the opportunity for cool new shots such as transitioning from indoors to outdoors.

The drone is a great tool to capture different angles and all sides of the injection and rotational processes involved in the making of their valuable parts.

The client was clearly happy with our edit of the video, and they utilize it with all their current marketing needs.

314-604-6544 Rob Haller stlouisvideos@gmail.com

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