Ahead Aerial Services, an FAA licensed and insured drone services provider
- Digital surface modeling and mapping
- Stockpile volume measurement
- Construction progress monitoring
- 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 Team 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!
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.
Articles of interest from the drone industry
- Steve Rhode’s Public Safety Drone Column: COA (Certificate of Waiver or Authorization) Pitfallsby staff on April 22, 2021 at 5:11 pm
Is a Certificate of Authorization (COA) the right way for your public safety department to operate? Here, Steve Rhode discusses when and why it may be appropriate – or not – to operate under a COA. The following is one of a biweekly series on public safety drone issues by Steve Rhode, Chief Pilot with the The post Steve Rhode’s Public Safety Drone Column: COA (Certificate of Waiver or Authorization) Pitfalls appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Remote ID and Flight Over People are Here: What’s Next for U.S. Drone Regulations? Hogan Lovells’ Lisa Ellman, Arjun Gargby Miriam McNabb on April 22, 2021 at 4:01 pm
April 21, 2021 was a big day for U.S. drone regulations: rules that define Remote ID for drones, and allow flight over people and at night took effect. Those rules have been several years in the making, and the commercial drone industry has, for the most part, viewed their development as a step forward. What’s The post Remote ID and Flight Over People are Here: What’s Next for U.S. Drone Regulations? Hogan Lovells’ Lisa Ellman, Arjun Garg appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- The CIRC Drone-in-a-Box Solution Lands in Europeby Miriam McNabb on April 22, 2021 at 3:21 pm
Automated drone solutions are among the fastest growing sectors in the commercial drone industry. Now, the CIRC drone-in-a-box solution has arrived in Europe as a new player in the field. Based in Taiwan, Coretronic Intelligent Robotics Corporation (CIRC), is already established in Asia as a specialist AI drone-in-a-box (DIB) provider, offering services for the security, The post The CIRC Drone-in-a-Box Solution Lands in Europe appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- NetworkCoverage: Network Solutions Enabling Complex Drone Ops in Europeby Miriam McNabb on April 21, 2021 at 6:50 pm
While the U.S. chose not to go the route of networked Remote ID, Europe went a different way in developing their UTM program, U-Space. The newly published NetworkCoverage Service Definition will help European drone operators, aviation systems, and telcos communicate: and the European drone industry to advance towards complex operations. Connecting the Dots – Network The post NetworkCoverage: Network Solutions Enabling Complex Drone Ops in Europe appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Iris Automation Casia X: the Next Evolution of 360° Computer Vision Detect and Avoid for Dronesby Miriam McNabb on April 21, 2021 at 5:31 pm
The Iris Automation Casia® X is the next evolution of Iris’ onboard detect and avoid system for drones. Ground-based detect and avoid systems are difficult to move and to scale. The Iris Automation onboard detect and avoid system uses 360° radial detection, using computer vision technology. The new Casia X is “an evolution of the Casia product line,” The post Iris Automation Casia X: the Next Evolution of 360° Computer Vision Detect and Avoid for Drones appeared first on DRONELIFE.