At Sky Filming our drones are used in multiple areas of heavy industry in all parts of the UK.
We have used drones to document the build progress of power plants and green energy electricity generating power stations in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Kent, covering many years from the initial breaking of ground to final energy output to the national grid.
A drone video is also a great tool for showing off massive demolitions and dismantling projects, such as the decommissioned oil rig we filmed being taken apart for a TV documentary on extreme engineering.
Other areas of heavy engineering have used our drone and ground filming capabilities to document the workings of their chemical plants, open cast coal mines and massive manufacturing facilities.
We have also used drones and professional video cameras to create induction training videos for large power plant sites and engineering projects, which means they no longer need a member of staff to sit through a 15 to 30 minute induction with every new visitor to site - they can simply leave them to watch our site specific induction video and give them the associated test afterwards.
We have also used our engineering and aerial mapping drones and video cameras to document the construction of new roads and motorways, as well as modifications to highways and related infrastructure in Kent, Essex, Yorkshire, West and East Midlands, Glasgow and many more places all over the UK.