- DJI Drones
- Stunning 4k video
- 12-megapixel RAW stills
- Ultra Portable and quiet
- dramatic sweeping shots of property
- Show off your views
- Show nearby local features
- Full Service :: Photo and Video
Roof and Property Inspections
in Dramatically Less Time
Whether you’re inspecting a new building, checking a roof for damage, or investigating an insurance claim, it’s important to capture accurate data quickly. Drone mapping is a powerful new tool for inspection — allowing you to safely and easily capture a high-resolution aerial view of a site in minutes.
Venice Drones can cover huge, complex
high resolution images and video as well as detailed 3d maps and roof reports.
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Aerial Photo Packages start at $250 for Photos and $500 for a fully edited one-minute Video with music!
Projects On Track
with Progress Photos
Access all drone data in a single, easy-to-use platform
Detect and correct plan defects and deviations
Streamline decision making with visual context of site conditions
Evaluate site conditions with built-in measurement tools
Compare actual conditions to pre-construction designs
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Progress Photos opens a whole new environment to efficiently and effortlessly capture deliverables our clients have been asking for.
Drones offer insurers huge benefits. By putting drones, rather than people, in hazardous situations, insurers can prevent on-the-job injuries. Drones also lower the cost of roof inspections. When roofs are steep, insurers must provide harnesses and other safety equipment to adjusters. Alternatively, an insurer might hire a contractor to perform the inspection. Insurers can eliminate these costs by using a drone.
Drones enable insurers to save time and to
their resources where they are most needed. Natural disasters such as floods and fires can
that extends across many square miles. Insurers can use drones to survey the area and get a
bird's-eye view of the damage. They can plan their adjusting activities based on the data
prioritize their response, sending adjusters directly to policyholders that need help the