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Aerial Photography Naples FL

Since age 15, Naples Drone Solutions founder Andrew Kobza has been flying everything from RC planes to Cessna aircraft. A 2014 graduate of the University of Florida’s BSBA Marketing program, Andrew saw an opportunity to combine his love of aircraft and technology with his passion for serving the community.

Andrew’s mission is not only to be your pilot, but to help you craft unique, high-quality photos and videos to help you communicate your message effectively and attractively.

Andrew lives and works in the Naples community and is an FAA licensed drone pilot.

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AJKobza@NaplesDroneSolutions.com

Drone Construction Video Fort Myers FL

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Drone Construction Photography Isn't Just a Trend. It's the New Standard.

Aerial videography and photography is quickly becoming a standard in the construction industry – both here in Naples, Florida and beyond. From site planning, to inspections, to job site check-ups, to client progress reports, to stunning visuals of newly completed construction, the ability to document and monitor your projects through drone photography can not only help to streamline processes, but also improve safety and customer rapport.

With more than 15 years’ experience in and around the construction industry in the Southwest Florida area, Naples Drone Solutions is uniquely qualified to help you plan and monitor your projects, as well as to create marketing materials using drone construction video that you can use in soliciting future business for your company.

As you know, there are often areas of the jobsite that are difficult to inspect physically. Whether there are objects just out of reach, hazards in the way, or a lack of materials to be able to inspect potential problems, we can help you make sure your jobsite is safe and secure. Using our state-of-the-art drone construction photography technology, we can help you pinpoint potential problem areas where some advanced planning could help avoid unnecessary or hazardous situations.

Competing in the construction industry comes down to more than just outbidding the other guy

In the information age, images sell. Drone construction photography, and especially videography, can add serious power to your marketing channels across search engine and social media sites. In fact, more than 2/3 of American construction companies report that they already use or plan to use aerial drone construction video and photography in their marketing materials.

You’ve seen the effect of quality construction video yourself if you’ve ever read a description and then seen the same information presented visually. Instead of being able to tell your client about an update, it would be much more impactful to show them.

Naples Drone Solutions is the clear choice for construction video and photography in Naples. Schedule a consultation today to discuss an aerial videography and photography package that perfectly suits your needs.

Show Your Customers Progress

UAV Construction Timeline and Update Photography

UAVs offer amazing capabilities to the construction sector. Using drones in the construction environment can boost efficiency and ultimately allow you to control your job sites with better precision. Naples Drone Solutions offers aerial construction timeline photography and well as construction site drone progress photography to keep you and your clients informed and excited about your project.

Using UAVs on construction sites can ultimately boost sales through improved communication and marketing to your customer and it allows for better control of costs, showing you in a visual way the progress underway at your site.

Why use us instead of your own drone? We carry our own insurance, our own licensing, and we specialize in construction inspections and construction drone flights. This means you don't have to worry about the what-ifs, you don't have to keep track of the rapidly changing FAA regulation surrounding drone usage, and you get better skill per dollar which results in better data. Can John from IT fly his drone 2 feet off a gutter when GPS signal gets lost because of concrete interference?  Get the data you need and don't worry about the overhead.