Drone Industry Research
Research is essential to understanding the business opportunities available to you and what services your customers need to improve their businesses and increase profits. Without solid research, you run the risk of wasting time and money by investing in equipment and resources that the market doesn’t need and offers no value to your target customers. Our research data provides valuable insight and information on how to fully capitalise on the many opportunities drone technology has to offer.
Drone Equipment Hire Survey
Hiring drone equipment is a great way to reducing the capital needed to launch a professional drone business. Hiring equipment can also enable you to offer more services to the customer and improve cash flow.
This survey identifies the potential for professional drone pilots to hire drone equipment and accessories. The most popular sectors for the application of hire equipment and which equipment professional pilots are most interested in acquiring and owning themselves.
Drone Stock Footage Survey
Stock footage is a multi-billion dollar industry providing the potential for drone pilots to make a long-term residual income. Enabling drone pilots to gain experience and turn their passion for flying drones into a thriving income.
This survey identifies the level of interest of professional drone pilots to produce drone stock footage, the equipment used by stock footage creators, the current income of stock footage creators, the marketplaces used by stock footage creators and the sectors targeted by stock footage creators.
To become a professional drone pilot you must first receive training and pass a qualifying exam or test. This ensures all commercial drone activities are undertaken by skilled and experienced pilots. The training and testing process verifies greatly between different countries with different providers delivering the training in different formats. Our aim is to identify the most effective format and learning process.
This survey identifies the personal choices prospective qualified drone pilots making when gaining their qualifications.