I have been flying drones since early 2011 as my hobby, I would build them, fly them and learn as I went. I later took interest in reaching out to take those "hard to reach" shots in tight spaces and high structures which really sharpened my skills. All of this was being done with a Flamewheel 450 and a KK2.1 board with no GPS. Once I became familiar with the DJI NAZA and M Lite controllers, I really began to explore the "precision shots" to really challenge the platform at its flight stability and picture accuracy. Now I consider myself a very safe, proficient and professional drone pilot. The safety of people and their property is always paramount, I also plan my flights by observing my surroundings to have situational awareness of any obstacles in the vicinity.
I'm currently flying a DJI Phantom 3 Professional, it has very accurate GPS flying and a very stable camera platform for excellent shots. The camera sensor isn't the "best" one out there as this drone is a couple of years old; however, this camera does record all the way up to 4k @ 24 fps and can take still images at 12 mp. Along with the drone, I always have 3 full batteries, 2 sets of propellers and a waterproof carrying case to be prepared for most situations.
Complan Group was first established in the 1980’s to serve the fast-growing oil and gas industry in the North Sea. Being first on the market with a proven solution and a state of the art Windows Completions System (WinPCS), Complan had much success in Norway and Holland, and completed one of the largest projects to date in Saudi Arabia in the early 90’s. Since inception, Complan's project experience is strong and diverse, spanning nearly every continent with a host of large-scale industries, including some of the world´s largest mega projects and now has locations in Norway, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, USA, Malaysia, and Brazil.
Now at Complan USA we are expanding our services in order to provide a bird's eye view to any part of your project, process or property. Our drones and drone pilots are registered with the FAA, have met all of the requirements to pass the FAA Part 107 exam and are licensed to fly remote sUAS'.