Drones are becoming increasingly popular tools for capturing creative photographs and videos for a variety of applications, and flying indoors is no exception. From real estate agents to construction companies, drones are being used to improve their listings and capture stunning aerial photographs of the landscape. With the right equipment and knowledge, you can use drones to take photos indoors or in enclosed spaces. The National Association of Realtors has a reference page on drones for real estate professionals to learn more about the technology.
If you intend to use your drone commercially in the U. S., you'll have to apply for the Section 333 exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). It's important to know all the laws in force in relation to the place where you intend to use your drone. When it comes to drone photography equipment, there are ready-to-use solutions that have everything you need to take aerial photographs and video footage, as well as individual components that you can buy and assemble to create a unique, personal solution.
Flyability is a Swiss company that develops solutions for the inspection and exploration of inaccessible and confined indoor spaces. FPV (First Person View) drone tours allow us to better understand the floor plan, which cannot be done with photographs alone. With an experienced pilot at the helm, you can excel at creating captivating virtual tours for potential buyers. To get started, you'll need a drone with an FPV camera, a controller, and a pair of FPV goggles or a monitor.
Once you have all the necessary equipment, it's time to start flying! Make sure you're familiar with all safety protocols before taking off. DJI uses a database behind this tool to automatically prevent its customers' drones from entering a no-fly zone. When flying indoors, it's important to be gentle with the controls and be prepared to place the drone safely back on the ground if needed. Fixed cages for indoor drones, such as the Elios 1, Elios 2 and Elios 3, are designed from the ground up to allow the drone to suffer collisions and continue flying. This means that you can fly indoors without having to meet the same regulatory requirements that you would have to meet if you were flying outdoors. In conclusion, drones can be used to take photos indoors or in enclosed spaces with the right equipment and knowledge.
It's important to be familiar with all safety protocols before taking off and know all the laws in force in relation to where you intend to use your drone. With an experienced pilot at the helm, you can excel at creating captivating virtual tours for potential buyers.