A startup drone business
The term “drone” usually refers to any unpiloted aircraft. Sometimes referred to as “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles" (UAVs), these crafts can carry out an impressive range of tasks, ranging from military operations to package delivery. Drones can be as large as an aircraft or as small as the palm of your hand.
Drones were created originally for military use to drop missiles and bombs, since then they have developed into drones for personal use, etc. The concept of drones may well date back to 1849, when Austria attacked Venice using unmanned balloons stuffed with explosives. Austrian forces, who were besieging Venice at the time, launched around 200 of these incendiary balloons over the city.
What types of drones are there? The short answer is that it depends on how you look at it. One way to categorize the types of drones on the market is to divide them into those used primarily by commercial drone pilots, who fly for work, and those used primarily by recreational drone pilots, who fly for fun. A second way to look at drone types is to divide them up based on their design. In general, drones fall into two distinct groups when looked at this way. In one group, you have multirotor drones, which are drones that fly using two or more rotors. In the other group, you have fixed-wing drones, which are drones that—you guessed it—have two fixed wings. And finally, a third way to look at the types of drones is to look at drones made for specific types of work scenarios—like the Elios 2, a drone made just for indoor inspections.
Any DJI drone is really great to film and take picutres with, great for aerial photography, and moving/commercial filming.
Our company films peoples homes for them either aerial photographs, vidoes, or just for fun to shows family and friends!