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4 Ways Drones Are Used in Inspections

Commercial drone use is rapidly expanding: this year alone, it’s been projected that there will be at least 600,000 commercial drones in the air! While the types of professional missions will vary greatly, there’s no question about importance of one function of aerial services that spans across all industries: aerial inspections.

Whether you’re using drones for property inspections, drones inspections for insurance claims, or real estate appraisals, the value of using UAVs over traditional methods is clear.



Save Time

Aerial inspections reduce workflow turnaround time significantly, whether for an insurance claim, a worksite check-in, or the delivery of real estate assets. DroneBase can save you up to 5.5 hours of your valuable time!


Save Lives

In many cases, inspection jobs require an adjuster to conduct dangerous work. Reduce your company’s risk and save lives by using drones as a “desk adjustment” solution. To date, drones have saved over 165,000 lives!




Better Data 

Drone technology is highly advanced, and the quality of data you’ll get from a small machine is astounding. Whether inspecting a roof for storm damage or measuring a worksites progress, the caliber of asset quality is sure to benefit your workflow.


Save Money

Drones are far more cost-effective than conducting inspections via traditional means. With DroneBase, customers save an average of $300 per inspection.

DroneBase is proud to offer a network of certified, professional drone pilots who will service thousands of flights in 2018.

Ready to start using drones for your inspection needs? Contact us today!

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Erik Till
Erik Till

Erik Till is the Head of Marketing of DroneBase and is responsible for the communications and brand of the company, as well as strategy, content, and acquisition of drone pilots and new customer leads. He has worked in startups ranging from eCommerce to design & manufacturing, building marketing and sales programs for both B2C and B2B companies. Erik holds a B.S. in Business Management and Psychology from San Diego State University.


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