The City of Easthampton hired Web-tactics, MA to conduct a drone inspection on two of the city's water tanks. When you have your tank regularly inspected, small issues can be identified and addressed before they become huge problems, saving money in the long term.
Drone photography by itself is a tricky thing to master. Add the complexity of flying indoors, and the chances of getting that perfect shot for your website, your business collateral, or your sales team, becomes exponentially harder. Here are 6 aspects to aerial drone photography indoors that most drone websites don't tell you.
Web-tactics was hired to take aerial drone photos of Providence Place at Ingleside - an exceptional 55-plus active adult independent living and retirement community located on a scenic hilltop in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Drones can be an incredibly powerful tool for photography and video. The aerial views that are available using a drone can capture an entirely different vantage point and produce a stunning result. It’s fair to say that drones for landscape construction and design photography can be a game changer when it comes to our client’s sales and marketing approach.
You’ve started on your lists of small repairs, you’ve contacted a real estate agent, and now you’re in the final steps of getting ready to sell your house. But before you put your home up for sale, and certainly before having your first open house, here are 11 things to consider that most home sellers forget to think about and could cost you a sale.
Have you ever wondered how you could get the commercial for your business to really stand out from the rest? Well look no further than the use of a drone. Unlike a regular video camera that would only be able to get a certain view, drones can do so much more. Below you will find a few benefits you can gain by using drone videography for your next company commercial.
Planning for life’s big events is never easy. You want to be present, able to enjoy the moment without fretting over the details. Wedding days are a prime example of this—the food is taken care of, the guest list is no longer an issue, all preliminaries have been organized to a T. Here lies the ultimate question: who is going to document your special day? Surely none of your guests (even the closest of friends who have helped orchestrate this thing) want to be put in charge of a task such as this. What to do?
Drones used to be something the military used for combat. They were, for a long, long time, robots designed for combat. Although, with the invention of the GoPro camera and the rise of video sharing sites, drones are becoming more and more common.
The use of drones at events is becoming more common every day. In fact, drones are one of the hottest event tech trends, and they’re being used in a wide variety of creative ways at all kinds of events. From indoor conferences to outdoor festivals, drones are providing entertainment, advertising, security, and more.
The use of drone technology has quite literally elevated landscape project photography. Providing the ability to capture an entire project in one photo with aerial angles, drones also allow photographers to zoom in on specific details of a project with ease. They are sweeping through the landscape design/build industry with trending force.
Construction sites across the world rely on drone technology to plan, monitor, and track the progress of their ongoing projects. Used by everyone from the site superintendent to the C-level executive, the real-time data capabilities of Web-tactics-equipped machines offer unparalleled insights into the construction process, helping companies stay safely on budget, on time.