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A Drone Company You Can Rely On
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No other Las Vegas Drone Service Company is more responsive and offers a higher level of Customer Service than NADAR. We are a single point of contact to help you get the most benefit from Drone Services from the beginning to the end of a project. We offer improved efficiency versus working with disparate individual pilots or companies for your Aerial Photography Services.
Las Vegas Drone Pilots Where Safety is #1
Nadar is the premier Las Vegas Drone services provider for Commerical and Residential Real Estate Advertising, Construction Management, Architectural & Engineering Design, Land Surveying & Mapping, Event/Wedding Coverage, and Precision Agriculture. We are FAA Part 107 Certified and all of our Drone pilots are covered by a minimum $1 Million insurance policy. Browse our service details or contact us using the form below.
Las Vegas Drone Pilots Make Safety #1
We employ practices and procedures to insure safety is #1 in all our jobs. Our Las Vegas pilots carry $1-$10 Million Aviation Liability Insurance and follow strict FAA regulations and local ordinances.
Our pilots are FAA Part 107 Certified and focus on piloting only, not attempting to be a “Jack of All Trades.” Our staff of specialized professionals are dedicated to providing expert post processing services ensuring the highest quality work product, maximizing your benefits. We have built a Drone Company based on expert knowledge of drone applications for your industry.
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Las Vegas Drone Pilots Near You
Nadar offers Commercial Drone Pilot Services throughout the United States employing professional FAA Part 107 Pilots. From Seattle to Miami, we can provide drone services for the most challenging of applications.
Las Vegas Drone Laws
The Nevada state legislature has enacted AB 239 which prohibits the weaponizing of drones and use of drones over critical infrastructure facilities. The law also covers the acceptable use of drones by law enforcement agencies. At this time there are no additional city ordinances covering drone laws but it is safe to assume that you should not fly close to private residences without permission of the property owner to avoid invasion of privacy issues.
“Critical facility” means a petroleum refinery, a petroleum or chemical production, transportation, storage or processing facility, a chemical manufacturing facility, a pipeline and any appurtenance thereto, a wastewater treatment facility, a water treatment facility, a mine as that term is defined in NRS 512.006, a power generating station, plant or substation and any appurtenances thereto, any transmission line that is owned in whole or in part by an electric utility as that term is defined in subsection 5 of NRS 704.187, a county, city or town jail or
detention facility and any prison, facility or institution under the control of the Department of Corrections. The term does not include any facility or infrastructure of a utility that is located underground.
About Las Vegas
A Mexican Scout named Rafael Rivera is said to be the first non-Native American to enter the valley known as Las Vegas (Spanish for “the meadows”) in the year 1829. In 1844 John Fremont wrote about the area, helping to lure pioneers to its desert spring waters, in fact, Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas is named after him. Although Las Vegas was founded as a city in 1905, the year 1931 proved to be its most pivotal year as that was when Nevada legalized casino gambling and reduced residency requirements for divorce to six weeks. For more information see the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce.