Drone photography captures aerial perspective of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London for seating module renovations.
We carried out extensive documentation and survey of the transition works and seating modules at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. Our drones were able to reach all the necessary hard to reach areas of the stadium. We utilised one of our smaller drones, DJI’s Phantom 4 for the flying in the tight areas and underneath the seating modules themselves. We also shot aerial images of the site and inside lifting the Sony A7r whilst still keeping the drone in the sub 7kg weight class for flying in congested areas. This is essential when flying in cities such as London to produce very high resolution aerial photography and stay on the right side of regulations.
The stadium was built in the run up to the 2012 London Olympics and has recently been crowned the new home for West Ham Football Club. You can find out more about the park here.