RB Visuals of Philadelphia staffs FAA-licensed drone pilots to perform aerial drone imaging services. Professional drone photography provides a unique perspective of a project or property ideal for business or marketing purposes.

Providing Philadelphia businesses and industries with high-resolution aerial drone imagery.

RB Visuals of Philadelphia staffs FAA-licensed drone pilots to perform aerial drone imaging services. Professional drone photography provides a unique perspective of a project or property ideal for business or marketing purposes. By prioritizing safety, efficiency, and quality, our high-resolution aerial photographs will help cut costs and streamline production on your job-sites. From surveying the land to spot potential construction hazards to taking stunning aerial shots for real estate marketing and anything in between, RB Visuals can capture it all.

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Construction

Using professional aerial drone imaging to document progress made at construction sites will keep your projects on time and assist your engineers and developers with their measurements.

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Location Mapping

Our drones provide high-resolution mapping of practically anything on the ground – even below the waterline. We generate overlays to show change that has occurred over time. Free on-site estimates.

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360º Virtual Tours

360° Virtual Tours are revolutionizing real estate marketing by bringing your listings to life. Save time & money, win more listings, move properties faster, and leave your prospective clients blown away with this effective marketing tool! With RB Visuals you’re always Open House.

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Why hire a professional drone operator?

The drone industry is so new and expanding so rapidly that there are too many potential pitfalls to list; pitfalls that can cost an innocent violator many thousands of dollars in court costs, lawyer fees and fines levied by the Federal Aviation Administration, which has defined drones as “aircraft” and strictly governs drones used for anything other than “purely hobby and recreational” use. Drones today are essentially becoming just another piece of construction equipment. Who would risk hiring an amateur heavy crane operator? Why not extend that very same consideration to deploying a worksite drone?