A drone, otherwise known as an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), or an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), is basically a flying robot regardless whether it is controlled by remote control or by software. Drones have proven valuable in many different situations, examples of some industries utilising them include:

  • Agricultural
  • Real Estate
  • Advertising and Film
  • Construction
  • Government, and more.

Drone mid-air

Below is a video taken from a drone in 4K. If you would like to make footage such as this, or if your business requires drones to deliver items, spray crops, or for any other purpose, please contact us.


Video credit: Royalty Free Drone Footage

There are numerous types of drones available on the market, however we are able to build custom drones with your own specifications. The benefit of owning a drone built by Freelance Robotics is that you can collaborate with us to get exactly what you require, and save on other items you don’t need. We have years of experience in building robots for an extensive range of purposes.

In Australia, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) notes that you don’t require a licence if you fly a drone for recreational purposes, although there are some safety rules you must adhere to. If you fly a drone weighing two kilograms or more for commercial purposes, you must obtain a licence. For further information, please visit the CASA website.

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