FAQ 2017-07-14T17:52:31+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of weather conditions will you be unable to fly in? 2017-05-29T17:46:48+00:00

We will not operate the UAV in rain, snow, icing conditions, or winds in excess of 30 km/h.

I live outside of Kingston, can I still hire your services? 2017-05-29T17:46:59+00:00

SkEye Stream travel’s beyond the Kingston area for an addition travel fee. We have served other communities from Quinte West to Prescott and north of Highway 7.

What safety precautions do you take when flying? 2017-06-12T15:12:19+00:00

Our team is adamant about safety and takes safety seriously for every UAV operation. If we feel it is unsafe to proceed with an operation it will be rescheduled, relocated or cancelled.  With a range of experience flying remote vehicles, we exercise our safety precautions so we ensure a successful flight. Prior to all operations, the client and team will be briefed on topics including but not limited to: flight patterns, flight times and durations,  crowd safety (preventing those who are not associated with the project from interfering), weather conditions, classification of airspace, take-off and landing procedures, safety zones, emergency action plan, or other flight concerns, or if additional support personnel are needed.

What is a drone? 2017-05-29T17:47:25+00:00

It is a remote controlled unmanned aerial vehicle, also known as UAV.

Is it legal for SkEye Stream to use drones? 2017-05-29T17:47:37+00:00

Transport Canada has approved our company to operate UAVs with a Standing Special Flight Operations Certificate.

What does it cost for your service? 2017-05-29T17:47:59+00:00

If the service you require is not listed on our website SkEye Stream can still assist you.  Please contact us to discuss what your needs are and how we can help you.

Do you have insurance? 2017-05-29T17:48:14+00:00

SkEye Stream is fully insured with aviation and commercial liability insurance.

What’s the camera quality on your drones? 2017-06-12T15:13:20+00:00

5472 x 3078 resolution, 20 megapixel photos, 4K60fps video recording (we shoot 1080p60fps by default).

What’s the maximum altitude you can fly at? 2017-05-29T17:48:34+00:00

Transportation Canada has set a maximum flight altitude of 400 feet.

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