Drone Pilots & Operators Directory
Find Drone Pilots from around the world on AvPay.
AvPay helps you find drone operators in the UK, Europe, USA, North America, Asia, Africa, Australia & South America.
Contact drone companies directly through their business profile on AvPay to hire a drone pilot operator.
About Drone Pilots
Find qualified drone pilots in the UK, Europe, US and Worldwide for professional and private events and get quotes for Aerial Photography & Videography.
The AvPay Drone Pilot & Operators Directory allows you to search, contact and hire professional drone pilots for; 2D Modelling, 3D Modelling, Aerial Crop Surveys, Aerial Inspections, Aerial Mapping, Agriculture Surveys, Aerial Photography, Aerial Surveys, Archaeological Surveys, Aerial Videography, Aerial Views, Bird’s Eye-View Shots, Boundary Disputes, Building Surveys, Chimney Inspections, Commercial and Film Making, Construction Developments, Crowd Monitoring, Drone Tuition, Inspection of Power Lines and Pipelines, Land Disputes, Land Surveys, Night Photography, Planning Applications, Property Marketing, Quantity Surveying, Risk Assessments, Roof Inspections, Surveillance, Thermography & Wedding Photography.
Drone Pilot Operators FAQ
A drone pilot is responsible for effectively and safely piloting an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) or as we know it, a drone. Drones are operated remotely, which is why drone pilots are also known as remote pilots.
Drone pilots can be hired for surveying, aerial photography, filmmaking and mapping, among other services.
A drone pilot should be able to turn your brief into a set of professional images and videos that you can use for a variety of purposes. If required, they will coordinate the approvals from local air traffic control and provide risk assessments for a safe flight on the day.
For the most part they work outdoors and their locations include film sets, countryside, construction sites and out at sea. Skilled drone pilots can work inside to provide dramatic fly-through first-person films.
Drone pilots are used in a variety of industries such as the military, government, agriculture, construction, environmental, film, wedding photography, content creation and the mapping industry.
You should ensure that they have the necessary certification for your area or country. Check that they are legal and capable operators that can meet your needs, review their portfolio of work from previous clients and check that they hold valid insurance.
Any kind of commercial drone work requires the operator to have a license. This includes using the images for advertising, selling, or any way which directly or indirectly will generate revenue.
Usually, yes. They have vast experience in photo and video editing software to provide you with finished content you will be proud of.
Drone operators can provide high-quality images and video that will set your marketing activity apart from the competition. In the construction industry, they can assist with site surveys for hard to reach areas, such as roofs. A drone survey is a cost-effective and time-efficient alternative to setting up scaffolding and conducting a manual survey.