Throughout 2019 we had the amazing opportunity to film for the production and EPK (behind the scenes) for the upcoming film, 1917. The film is set in France during World War 1 but was filmed all over the UK, from the Salisbury Plains up to Govan Docks in Glasgow. We went to each set to…
BMW Winter Driving Experience, Reindeer Ride & Ice Fishing in the Finnish Arctic Circle Back in March we joined the BMW i8 pure impulse team just outside of Rovaniemi, Finland for an event based around an ice driving experience. The instructors split up the guests and took them through a series of manoeuvres including drifting,…
The use of aerial photography in the construction industry has mainly revolved around showcasing finished projects for external marketing purposes. Since the start of 2017 Dronescope has provided clients with repeatable drone based images that can be accurately compared over the duration of the project. The ability to provide the same framing week by week or month by month allows clients to evaluate the progress effectively, ensure deadlines are being met and investors have a visual method of tracking any progress.
Back in 2017 we provided the aerial film for series 8 of the hit ITV comedy drama Doc Martin. After a brief meeting with the director & associate producer we ended up going with the Inspire 2 as our drone of choice. Although the director wanted to shoot on a full frame sensor the benefits of using the I2 & X5S combo far outweighed the drawbacks, bearing in mind this was pre X7 camera days where the micro 4/3 sensor was the only option.
BMW and JI Events Munich partnered up to produce an incredible Cotswolds experience for BMW i8 owners. The owners arrived from different corners of the globe for the weekend, kicking off at The Manor in Weston-on-Green. In the build up to the event, the DroneScope team came up with the concept for the event video and went about storyboarding for the clients approval. Once signed off we arranged permissions for flights along different legs of the journey from safe spots ensuring we had met the CAA dronecode.
Providing full frame drone photography whilst complying with the restrictions on heavy lifting drones can be difficult and confusing. DroneScope can provide high quality imagery from customised sub 7kg systems, allowing the flexibility of a lighter aircraft without having to compromise on image quality.
Our asset drone inspection team conduct a multitude of asset inspections including assets in the renewable energy sector. Our drone based inspection services are significantly faster than traditional methods with the ability to identify, capture & reference defects in a matter of minutes.
Operating a drone in central London can be a tricky and daunting task especially when operating space is minimal and the airspace restricted. Having been operating in and around London for the past few years we are accustomed to putting the required permissions in place and informing the relevant authorities of our flights.
Working alongside Purcell we were tasked with capturing, processing and documenting the current condition of seven historic castles located across Wales. The client, CADW had appointed Purcell to undertake the quinquennial inspections of each site. Thanks to a recommendation from a previous client we were soon enlisted to provide a detailed drone inspection, cataloging each site in an easy-to-digest format for the surveyors.
Drone Filming over Central London with Cory Riverside Energy Working alongside VisMedia our London based operators were tasked with capturing content for a series of videos that give an unprecedented insight into how Cory Riverside Energy’s operations are undertaken. Interestingly Cory Riverside Energy’s business model is built around making the most of the vast amount of non-recyclable waste that London…