Bayshore Aerial’s drone fleet is great for low-level aerial photography as they must fly between 0-400 feet above the ground. They provide a fantastic opportunity to showcase potential views from new construction projects, highlight property details from the air and provide a unique aerial perspective of any property. They are the most cost-effective method when your project needs both aerial videography and aerial photography stills.

We at Bayshore Aerial love flying DJI drones. DJI drones are redefining today’s industries specializing in filmmaking, agriculture, conservation, search and rescue, energy infrastructure among others with safer, faster and greater efficiency than ever before.

We serve the needs of Central Florida. In some cases, we have a small travel fee if job requires more than a 30 min travel time.

Every shoot has its own set of unique needs and challenges, for this reason every quote is tailored to each individual photo or video need.

Part 107, the new FAA commercial drone regulation, allows drone pilots to fly UAS or UAVs for business purposes. To fly under Part 107, you need to pass the FAA drone pilot test called the Airman Knowledge Test. The two hour, 60 question test requires extensive studying and detailed knowledge of radio frequencies, map coordinates, weather conditions, UAS/UAV knowledge, team members involved and even stress levels that the pilot may encounter.

There will still be regulation around commercial operations; the proposal says that commercial drone operators will need to take the test and comply with other certification requirements. However, as one of the primary barriers to entry to starting a drone business today is the need to have a licensed pilot on your payroll.

An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system; which include a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two.

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) on the other hand is a reference term that by definition is clearly distinguished from a Drone or UAV. A UAS is an all-encompassing description that encapsulates the aircraft or UAV, the ground-based controller, and the system of communications connecting the two.

Yes, we are fully insured through Global Aerospace, an aviation insurance company that is the leading provider of insurance and risk management solutions for the aviation industry. We will gladly provide proof our policy upon request.

No, under Part 107, a drone pilot must hold a remote pilot airman certificate/ license to operate commercially. This means that UAS users who what to fly for commercial use (such as providing aerial surveying or photography services or fly incidental to a business) must be certified and follow the Part 107 FAA rules.

Why should I use Bayshore Aerial for my aerial imagery project??

Bayshore Aerial’s drone fleet is great for low-level aerial photography as they must fly between 0-400 feet above the ground. They provide a fantastic opportunity to showcase potential views from new construction projects, highlight property details from the air and provide a unique aerial perspective of any property. They are the most cost-effective method when your project needs both aerial videography and aerial photography stills.

What drones do you specialize in flying?

We at Bayshore Aerial love flying DJI drones. DJI drones are redefining today’s industries specializing in filmmaking, agriculture, conservation, search and rescue, energy infrastructure among others with safer, faster and greater efficiency than ever before.

What areas of Florida do you cover?

We serve the needs of Central Florida. In some cases, we have a small travel fee if job requires more than a 30 min travel time.

Do you charge per hour or per job?

Every shoot has its own set of unique needs and challenges, for this reason every quote is tailored to each individual photo or video need.

What is this Part 107 everyone keeps talking about?

Part 107, the new FAA commercial drone regulation, allows drone pilots to fly UAS or UAVs for business purposes. To fly under Part 107, you need to pass the FAA drone pilot test called the Airman Knowledge Test. The two hour, 60 question test requires extensive studying and detailed knowledge of radio frequencies, map coordinates, weather conditions, UAS/UAV knowledge, team members involved and even stress levels that the pilot may encounter.

There will still be regulation around commercial operations; the proposal says that commercial drone operators will need to take the test and comply with other certification requirements. However, as one of the primary barriers to entry to starting a drone business today is the need to have a licensed pilot on your payroll.

What is a UAV?

An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system; which include a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two.

What is a UAS?

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) on the other hand is a reference term that by definition is clearly distinguished from a Drone or UAV. A UAS is an all-encompassing description that encapsulates the aircraft or UAV, the ground-based controller, and the system of communications connecting the two.

Are you fully insured to fly commercially?

Yes, we are fully insured through Global Aerospace, an aviation insurance company that is the leading provider of insurance and risk management solutions for the aviation industry. We will gladly provide proof of our policy upon request.

Can anyone fly a drone for business and commercial purposes?

No, under Part 107, a drone pilot must hold a remote pilot airman certificate/ license to operate commercially. This means that UAS users who what to fly for commercial use ( such as providing aerial surveying or photography services or fly incidental to a business ( such as performing roof inspections or real estate photography) must follow the Part 107 FAA rules.