Texas Hill Country Wineries (THCW) announced its official partnership with Arch Aerial LLC
We're working around the globe, assisting research teams at archaeological excavations.
Create a hole-by-hole flyby of your track.
One of a kind shots for film, research or education.
Need industrial or commercial site photography? We're up to the task.
Keep track of livestock, wild game, or monitor the health of crops.
Arch Aerial currently offers multi-rotor UAV leasing and aerial imaging services for research projects, agricultural survey, and film production on a case-by-case basis. Our quad-rotor and hex-rotor UAVs allow you to have access to real-time aerial photography and videography at a fraction of the cost of conventional aerial photography platforms like private planes and helicopters. In September 2013, we’ll begin offering imaging services and short-term leases, as well as a pre-sale list for the purchase of Arch Aerial quad-copters and components.
Keep an eye out for the release of our new Atlas-1 quad-copter in December 2013!
To put it simply, each member of our crew is driven by a personal passion to be a part of something at the cutting edge of its field. The Arch Aerial team is comprised of motivated individuals deeply rooted in aerospace engineering and field research, and our goal from the beginning has been to create the highest quality aerial imaging platforms at a low cost to consumers. In addition to this, our platforms have been designed from the start with our customers in mind. Our autonomous aerial vehicles will be easy to operate and extremely safe, making them flexible enough for any industry. Interested in bringing our team to work on your project? Contact us with your information and a description of the goals for your venture. We look forward to hearing from you.
At Arch Aerial, our mission is to create affordable, easy-to-use aerial photography platforms that are versatile enough for any industry. Our passion, like any practical innovation, is born from the desire to improve inefficiencies that we observed while working in the field. This summer our fleet of quad-rotor helicopters worked on four different archaeological research projects with great success, and we invite you to check out our blog where Arch Aerial engineers and technicians have given exclusive looks into the contributions of our prototypes, including updates on our upcoming projects. Our team is eager for the road ahead, and we look forward to sharing that adventure with you.