Safe and Reliable Indoor Drone Filming
With todays drone technology it isn’t hard to operate a system when there are minimal obstacles to avoid and a GPS system providing most, if not all of the stability. Operating within confined spaces competently raises a number of additional challenges & scenarios in which a new or inexperienced drone pilot might struggle to deal with confidently.
Our highly skilled pilots have the experience and knowledge to locate and highlight any areas that might cause interference, turbulence or risk whilst providing solutions or alternatives where possible/necessary.
Filming with Travis Perkins
A recent indoor project involved the operation of our DJI Inspire 2 with the X5S camera inside Burghley House. The house was built and mostly designed by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1555 and 1587.
Every room had priceless paintings, statues & furniture in which we had to avoid at all costs. The entire shoot consisted of tracking shots of dancers through rooms and stairwells in low light conditions meaning the majority of flights were conducted with little to no position hold or obstacle sensor input.
The film produced (The Sleeping Beauty, Directed by Fabio D’Andreas) was entered into Cannes Film Festival 2017 and has gone on to win 7 awards at the time of writing.