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Ahead Aerial Services, an FAA licensed and insured drone services provider

  • Aerial photography for real estate
  • Construction site monitoring
  • Land survey
  • Structure inspection
  • Roof inspection
  • …and more

Our pilots are licensed by the FAA for commercial drone operations. In addition to FAA licensing, we are also FAA Safety Certified. Above and beyond licensing, a FAAST (FAA Safety Team) certification means that we meet the challenges of operating sUAS (small Unmanned Aircraft Systems) in a safe manner. This reflects our unwavering commitment to providing high quality professional service to our clients.

Serving West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Jupiter, Wellington, North Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Lake Worth, Lantana, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Miami and all of South Florida. Need service somewhere else in Florida? Call us!

We have special authorization from the FAA to operate in restricted airspace around Palm Beach International Airport, and in downtown and eastern Boca Raton, in the restricted area within 3 miles of the Boca Raton Airport, including Mizner Park and properties along the Intracoastal.

We adhere to the Voluntary Best Practices for UAS Privacy, Transparency, and Accountability as published by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

Contact us today and GET AHEAD!

Call us toll free at 84-GETAHEAD (that’s 844-382-4323), contact us online, or email us at

Do you know what kind of shape your roof is in?

Your roof is one of the most expensive elements of your home to repair or replace. Unfortunately, because it can be difficult to see, it’s also one of the most neglected. A drone roof inspection is a great way to find small problems before they become big and expensive

Drone roof inspection

A drone roof inspection can help to spot problems in these critical areas before they become major:
  • Damaged or missing shingles
  • Flashing
  • Gutters
  • Fascia
  • Soffits

Roof inspections no longer require climbing ladders or scaffolding, and there’s no need to walk around on the roof (a leading cause of damage to tile roofs). Applying drone technology to roof inspections makes it easy to get a closeup look at all of the vulnerable areas of your roof on a regular basis.

A drone roof inspection by the professionals at Ahead Air is surprisingly affordable. Click here to schedule your drone roof inspection.

Real Estate Photos and Video

Complete real estate packages, including interior and exterior stills, aerial stills, and fully edited video.

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Construction

Video, photos and data that keep your project on time and on budget. Monitor progress, compliance, onsite materials, and change control with regular flyovers.

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Roof Inspection

Easily scan for damage after a storm, or as part of a regular maintenance program. Find small problems before they become big problems.

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Structure inspection

Safe, efficient inspection of high and hard to reach assets. Utility poles, cell towers, solar panel, silos, and more.

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UAV News 

Articles of interest from the drone industry

  • Tanks for the Assist: Agreement Will Boost Drone Firm’s Hydrogen Cell Payload
    by Jason Reagan on May 18, 2019 at 10:52 am

    What’s not to love about hydrogen? It’s the most abundant element in the universe; it’s the vital fuel that keeps the sun burning for a few trillion years; and it holds the number-one position on the periodic table. And, as it turns out, hydrogen can also keep drones in the air for longer periods of […] The post Tanks for the Assist: Agreement Will Boost Drone Firm’s Hydrogen Cell Payload appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]

  • The FAA’s New Rules for Recreational Drones
    by Miriam McNabb on May 17, 2019 at 4:20 pm

    It’s time.  The FAA will now implement some of the changes in regulations for recreational drones which will follow on the passage of the FAA Reauthorization Act passed last year. The FAA Reauthorization Act repealed Section 336 of the previous FAA Reauthorization, which protected recreational aircraft from new laws.  The move to repeal came in […] The post The FAA’s New Rules for Recreational Drones appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]

  • Australian Firm Releases Wearable Drone Detector
    by Jason Reagan on May 17, 2019 at 2:35 pm

    Australian counter-drone firm DroneShield has released a wearable UAV detection product that weighs just over 2 pounds. RfPatrol is designed for use by military, law enforcement, security and VIP customers. Since it doesn’t emit jamming signals, it’s legal in more jurisdictions than many other counter-UAS products. Rogue drones present a unique threat to military and other […] The post Australian Firm Releases Wearable Drone Detector appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]

  • Zurich Researchers Teach Drone to Dodge with Dynamic Obstacle Avoidance
    by Malek Murison on May 16, 2019 at 5:36 pm

    One of the many things preventing urban drone deliveries reaching Amazone Prime levels of mass adoption is the threat of interference, whether that’s from pets, kids, thieves, gun-toting neighbors or rogue footballs. Researchers at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, are working on sense and avoid technology that could provide drones with a more dynamic form […] The post Zurich Researchers Teach Drone to Dodge with Dynamic Obstacle Avoidance appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]

  • TORUS: Atmospheric Scientists Using Drones To Understand Tornadoes
    by Malek Murison on May 16, 2019 at 2:54 pm

    During spring and summer supercell thunderstorms roam through the central United States, bringing with them lightning, huge hailstones and dangerously high winds. Some develop tornadoes, and a collective of atmospheric scientists led by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are using drones to better understand why. The TORUS research project (Targeted Observation by Radars and UAS of […] The post TORUS: Atmospheric Scientists Using Drones To Understand Tornadoes appeared first on DRONELIFE. […]