Where can you fly?
Inflights offers drone surveys at a global level. Over the years we have been building a wide Pilot Community that allows us to call ourselves a global company.
Automated price agreements
One of elements that makes Inflights unique, is that we try to avoid negotiating the prices for each flight. We put a lot of effort into making our web app able to calculate the cost based on:
- the cost and time needed to use the right drone and sensor,
- the cost of obtaining permits and
- the cost of traveling from the pilot's base to the area of interest.
All this is calculated from a set of coordinates. The auto pricing-algorithm makes us the only ones in the world that don’t negotiate prices for each job over and over again. This is not because our price is very high or low, no, it is because our price is right the first time.
Why do we do automated price agreements?
We reduce the effort on negotiating the prices for both clients and pilots by allocating the jobs and the prices in a very efficient way. For us managing the flight in an effective way is very important. Imagine if we spend half of a day finding a pilot and negotiating the price with both the client and the pilot for a small flight. In this case we would lose money because we wouldn’t be able to pay the salary of the person who has to do the negotiations. But more importantly, the drone pilot will also lose money because he is negotiating instead of flying his drone. Those time savings allow us to give better prices to our pilots and lower prices to our clients.
What if my project's location is not covered on the map?
When we have an assignment in a location where we haven't flown before, then we either find a pilot near the location, or, if it is truly a remote area, we ensure a pilot can travel there. Our pilot operations team is able to do this within a week.
If there is internet and people with drones,
we can operate there.
Available drone sensors
The largest pilot community at global level allowing you to access all types of drones and sensors.
Pictures where each pixel contains the Red, Green and Blue (RGB) values. This is equivalent to a normal picture.
Pictures where each pixel represents the temperature of the object to be measured.
Measure objects using advanced radar technology.
Pictures where each pixel contains the value of selected frequencies of the light spectrum.
Ground Control Points
GPS Receivers used to measure the coordinates of Ground Control Points (GCPs).
How it works
Our global pilot community and central team are ready to help you to obtain the drone data for your project
Request your quote
- Upload the area to be mapped to the Inflights Platform, or select an area on the map.
Get instant price
- Our algorithms will generate the best price for you based on our pricing agreements with our pilot community.
Sit back and relax
- We ensure that all legal requirements are met. We keep you updated of all the critical steps in the process, and inform you when the final deliverables are ready.
Download or View your results online
- View your deliverables online, or use our ready-to-use files into your own softwares to start designing your site.