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Arch Aerial’s Drone Topographic Surveys for Cut and Fill Projects

Arch Aerial LLC provides UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems, or Drone) topographic surveys to excavation companies and construction contractors to evaluate the amount of earth that has been moved and the amount that needs to be moved in the future. Right away, customers recognize the usefulness and the value of having aerial mapping surveys to create […]

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End of Year Stockpile Surveys Are a Must!

At Arch Aerial LLC we specialize in stockpile measurements for the aggregates industry. Whether through the use of drones (Unmanned Aerial Systems), or ground-based LiDAR, our operations staff captures the data in the field, then we process the data in-house, and have the measurements of each stockpile delivered by the end of the next business […]

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Hurricane Matthew and Arch Aerial’s Natural Disaster Drone Surveys

The employees at Arch Aerial would like to express our desire for the speedy recovery of those affected by the recent Hurricane Matthew. After a tropical storm, UAS (unmanned aerial systems), or more commonly referred to as drones, can be a very powerful tool for surveying damaged areas. Drones do not have to trudge through […]

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Arch Aerial Sits Down with the Houston Chronicle to Discuss Part 107 and How The New Regulations Are Helping to Grow its Enterprise Customer Base

Arch Aerial LLC spent some time with the Houston Chronicle to discuss the latest on drones and how the new FAA regulations are helping to grow our operations! Click here to read the full article. Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle: Arch Aerial, a Houston company hired by energy companies and insurance agencies for drone-assisted surveys, […]

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FAA Releases New Drone Regulations (Part 107)

Courtesy of the FAA WASHINGTON – Today, the Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration has finalized the first operational rules (PDF) for routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or “drones”), opening pathways towards fully integrating UAS into the nation’s airspace. These new regulations work to harness new innovations safely, to spur job […]

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Arch Aerial Now FAA-Approved for Commercial Operation of Over 1000 Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arch Aerial LLC is proud to announce that it has been granted an amendment to its Section 333 Exemption, authorizing AALLC to operate all unmanned aerial systems (UAS) previously approved by the FAA under the Section 333 Exemption system. Through the operation of these new platforms, AALLC will be able to offer even […]

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Drones in Crop Insurance

Listen to Arch Aerial LLC’s CEO and Founder, Ryan Baker, being interviewed by Radio Bloomington out of Illinois. He gets a chance to chat about what Arch Aerial LLC is doing in the agriculture sector as well as where we will be down the road.  

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Accuracy from Altitude: Drone Inventory Surveys

Aggregate and building materials companies, look no further. Arch Aerial LLC is taking stockpile management to new heights. Serving customers throughout the great state of Texas, including Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas, AALLC’s stockpile inventory management solution is a primary component of the company’s drone services offering. In April of 2015, Arch Aerial LLC […]

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Press Release: Section 333 Exemption and COA

We are delighted to announce that we have been granted a Section 333 Exemption and a Certificate of Authorization (COA) for commercial UAS operation here in the United States. The Section 333 Exemption process provides operators safe and legal entry into the National Airspace. The Certificate of Authorization is an authorization issued by the Air […]

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From PopSci: Drones Could Use Lasers to Find Unexploded Bombs

Originally Published by PopSci; written by Kelsey D. Atherton on Friday 3/20/2015 Long after the rifles of war are silent, danger still lurks in old battlefields. Some unexploded bombs are left behind deliberately, in minefields that once had tactical importance but were later rendered strategically irrelevant by shifting front lines. Others result from manufacturing error, with bombs […]

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