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Notes on a recent experience with the NH Department of Parks and Recreation We were hired this week to perform radio tower asset imaging by drone for a major media organization (unfortunately, we are bound by NDA and cannot publicly disclose details of the project). While the organization’s HQ is out of state, the assets …
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Safety Is Always Our Top Priority! UPDATED May 29, 2019 to include additional airspace waivers received. GOFFSTOWN, NH – As one of the leading Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) service providers in New Hampshire, 603 Drones, LLC has long been committed to safe and conscientious operation of our aerial vehicles.  We take our risk mitigation …
Continue reading 603 Drones, LLC Receives Additional Waivers

One of the services we provide here at 603 Drones, LLC is aerial thermal imaging.  Because of the nature of the work we are most often asked to perform, we rarely require the capturing of radiometric data or images that would require the smoothness of a gimbal-mounted sensor.  So, for our purposes, the best thermal …
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Night operations are one of the trickiest subjects any commercial drone services provider has to deal with.  Although a client may be throwing money at a provider to capture footage after dark, there’s a very good chance that footage could end up costing both the provider and the client in unexpected ways.  When the new …
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UPDATE: (AUG 16, 2018) 603 Drones, LLC is pleased to announce that we have successfully received approval for night operations within the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport controlled airspace. ORIGINAL ARTICLE:  In prior blog posts, you’ve read us talking about the importance of obeying the rules of each class of airspace that you are operating in.  In …
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Recently, 603 Drones, LLC was hired by a firm out of Pennsylvania to provide both aerial and ground imaging of their latest piece of technology which was being deployed here in New Hampshire. The firm, TyBot, LLC, has developed an automated robot designed to identify and tie rebar unions in bridge deck and other concrete-form …
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Over the Memorial Day weekend, we were asked by a local Kia dealership to cover a new car giveaway event.  While we were there, we were able to get some aerial footage of their inventory for future use, as well.  This shoot was tricky due to the volume of people and non-participating vehicles traversing the …
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A Quick Read for Realtors Using Drones So.  You are a realtor.  You’re seeing your competition sharing these amazing aerial videos and images of their listed properties.  You hear the positive feedback on this unique drone imaging sales technique and you want to get your own little piece of that pie.  You run to your …
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Recently, a video went viral across social media that has shaken the responsible drone operator community to its core.  In it, a first person view (FPV) flyer launches his quadcopter into the flight path of a commercial airliner full of passengers on its final approach into a Las Vegas airport.  He then hovers over the …
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