We live in the Shenandoah valley not far from Mount Jackson. Kent has his 107 certificate and upon request carries $1 Million in liability insurance. Our interest is on agriculture, but if there is something you would like to be able to see from 400 feet or less without climbing a ladder let us know. Still images, or video, - we can do both. We also know the FAA rules and get cleared for flight before we go up. For mapping we use a cloud service specializing in 2D, 3D, and crop health imagery. The service also has a pretty cool volumetric tool that will let us calculate with fair accuracy how much of that pile of stuff you have.
Rates? How about free, at least for now? I don't think any of us can truly put a value on what a drone can provide until we lay some groundwork and see what the return on investment actually turns out to be. Let's figure out together what that value is while we go have fun doing some flying and mapping. If it proves to be of value, and I am pretty confident it will, then let's decide how to handle covering the costs.
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