Efficient - fast inspection of multiple structures
Ahead Aerial Services, an FAA licensed and insured drone services provider
Aerial photography for real estate
Construction site monitoring
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.
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
A drone roof inspection can help to spot problems in these critical areas before they become major:
Damaged or missing shingles
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.
Nearly two weeks after the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) banned its agencies from using DJI drones and other UAS manufactured by a so-called Covered Foreign Entity, the Chinese drone maker addressed several “myths” about the company: including a pervasive belief that DJI is owned by the Chinese government and other false claims made by
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Parrot, the leading European drone group, and Pix4D, the leading professional photogrammetry and drone mapping software company, “are excited to announce the latest generation ANAFI USA drone is now compatible with the Pix4D software suite,” says a Parrot press release. That’s not a surprise, as Parrot owns 95% of Pix4D. It does indicate, however, that
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DJI is moving way beyond drone hardware to providing all types of innovative visual tools. Now, DJI and Mercedes Benz are partnering to help bring new fans to the E division: car racing with highly modified specially built electric racing circuit. The E is for electric only: races are held in major cities worldwide. (See
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Iris Automation, providers of the Casia onboard Detect and Avoid (DAA) collision avoidance system, has partnered with the City of Reno under the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Pilot Program (IPP). The partnership is to develop the River Search and Rescue Program, designed to equip the city’s fire department with drone
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Section 2209 of the FAA Extension, Safety and Security Act of 2016 (the Act) hasn’t been implemented yet. But a group of drone industry advocates urge the FAA to act quickly, in a letter sent to the FAA. Section 2209 was designed to provide some authorities, such as state governments, with a process to apply to
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