FAQ

About Us

FAA Part 107 Pilot

Yes, we have our Part 107 Remote Pilot License

FAA & NCDOT Compliant

NCDOT Permit

Yes, we have a NCDOT Commercial Permit.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a sUAS

 A small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS), oftentimes called a drone, is a multi-rotor aircraft without a human pilot onboard. It is controlled from a pilot on the ground. The FAA requires an sUAS to weigh between .55lbs and 55lbs to operate in the National Airspace System (NAS). 

Are you Insured

 Yes, DronEye Solutions, LLC carries full liability insurance and can provide documentation upon request. 

How much do you charge?

Every job is different.  We just need to find specifics of your request.  Are you near an airport? Is it Commercial or Residential?  What specifics or details do you want?  The more details the better.

What equipment can you use on your sUAS?

 While we typically fly for photos and video, we can custom a package to your needs. 

What are the FAA laws & restrictions?

 The FAA has issued new laws regarding the use of drones (hobby or commercial) within the past couple years. To fly an sUAS commercially one must obtain a remote pilot certificate and follow the specific and detailed regulations setup by the Federal Aviation Administration.  We are also Permitted by NC DOT.

Do you travel?

  Most of our work takes place in North Carolina or surrounding states. Travel is not a problem whether we’re hitting the road or packing up our drone(s) to be checked on an airline to take Aerial photography and videos.