5-Star Customer Service
No other Phoenix 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.
Phoenix Drone Pilots Where Safety is #1
Nadar is the premier Phoenix 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 which can be increased up to $10 Million. Browse our service details or contact us using the form below.
Phoenix Drone Pilots Make Safety #1
We employ practices and procedures to insure safety is #1 in all our jobs. Our Phoenix 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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Phoenix 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.
Phoenix Drone Laws
Phoenix does not have any city-specific drone laws as they are prohibited from having any due to State law. Instead, it follows FAA regulations and the State Law which states drones cannot interfere with Public Safety operations. It classifies flying a drone dangerously close to people as “Disorderly Conduct.” Drones cannot fly within 500 feet horizontally and 250 feet vertically of any critical facility.
We frequently get interest from people looking for advice on starting a drone business in other parts of the world. As a result we have put together an article Starting A Drone Business which is designed to give the drone enthusiast a general idea of some of the considerations.