Hello from Kyle Netzel

Part 107 Licensed Drone Pilot

I graduated from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater in 2015. I then and went and achieved welding certificates and by the spring of 2016, I had a summer job for welding together trailer parts for Stoughton Trailers in Broadhead, WI. After that gig was up I applied to Valmont industries and worked there for 5 1/2 years as a welder and Saw Operator. Currently, I am starting my own drone business and I am looking to connect with real estate agents, roofers, solar panel installers, and wind mill installers. Soon I will be launching my thermal imaging, a product that I have been wanting to explore and gain knowledge in.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers To Common Questions

How do you determine pricing for a job?

We pride ourselves on competitive pricing on all services, with reasonable change order fees if and when necessary. We will work with you in any way to assure your satisfaction.

How do you do construction progression photos?

Drone waypoint software is a crucial tool in the construction industry for planning and executing repeatable flights over construction sites. This technology allows drones to fly along predetermined paths and capture consistent, precise data over time, which is essential for monitoring construction progress, conducting inspections, and ensuring project milestones are met.

What is the turnaround time on files/photographs?

Asset delivery time will vary depending on editing requirements, travel time, etc. If only raw files are needed, they will be delivered within 24 hours.

What other services do you offer?

  • Real Estate Photography

  • Real Estate Videography

  • Aerial Property Tours

  • 2D Orthomosaics for Construction

What qualifications are important when hiring a drone pilot?

Hiring a drone pilot for commercial purposes involves considering various qualifications to ensure compliance with regulations, safety, and the quality of the work performed. Here are the key qualifications and considerations when hiring a drone pilot:

  • Having Part 107 License


  • Insurance

  • Experience & Specialization

  • Knowledge of Regulations & Airspace

  • Equipment Proficiency

  • Safety Record

  • Professionalism & Communication

  • Local Regulations & Permissions

What areas are served?

Greater Omaha, NE Area