We provide stunning aerial photography and video services throughout Yorkshire and beyond
Whether it’s land, property and development projects, leisure and tourism or something in between - we have you covered.
All our UAV operators are BNUC-S qualified and have permission from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to operate commercially. For peace of mind, we also have extensive industry specific public liability insurance in place.
In the UK, commercial drone pilots are required by law to attain a Permission for Commercial Operations from the Civil Aviation Authority. This document demonstrates that pilots have proven their piloting competence and knowledge of air law to operate in UK airspace under a specified set of rules. The PfCO allows the holder relaxed regulations in comparison to hobbyist pilots and obviously permission to carry out commercial operations.
Pilots conducting commercial flights that do not hold a current PfCO are breaking the law, as are the people that hire them...so please make sure any operators you hire have a current PfCO.
Airmotion was set up by Daniel Elvin following a decade working in the land and development industry. Daniel is the lead pilot for Airmotion. He is BNUC-S qualified with a current permission for aerial work (PFCO) from the Civil Aviation Authority for sub 7kg aerial platforms.
Katie primarily runs our social media and marketing campaigns. She also undertakes administrative duties, managing the day to day operations and finances of the business.
We primarily use the DJI Inspire 2 with Zenmuse X5S Camera.
This high-end UAV is a common choice amongst Hollywood movie directors and is capable of recording incredible cinematic 4k footage whilst travelling at speeds of up to 58mph. It can climb at 6m/s and descend at 9m/s.
With built in obstacle sensing systems and a live video feed back to ground using new Lightbridge technology, we are able to view and select the perfect shot whilst the aircraft is in the sky. Every camera setting can be controlled remotely from the ground including focus, aperture and format, enabling you, the client to pick the perfect shot. 360° is possible through the 3-axis gimble with pinpoint-precise motor rotation.