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  • Great service. Looking forward to training in the new year.

    Troy Gibson
  • Great customer service , so friendly and will return again.

    Janet Doiron
  • It was nice to drop by the booth the past 2 weekends and see all of the interest in your product. Great chatting with you and hopefully we get hours of entertainment from our new drones.

    Murray Herbert
  • I attended the course at Durham College. Marcus did an excellent job. It was fun and educational at the same time. Can't wait for the next level course.

    William McKechnie


Traditionally, aerial inspection work has been costly and dangerous to humans. Scaffolds, walking rooftops, helicopters, riding power lines; these are only a few of the hazardous jobs that can be simplified using UAVs. Isn’t it time to reduce human risk and fly safe?


Whether it’s building envelope for property management or power lines for local utility, we can boast UAVs with 18x optical zoom capability and thermal camera payloads.


Drones can get to where you cannot. Add an infrared or thermal camera payload as well as fully autonomous waypoint navigation, and it becomes apparent who your next security hire should be.


Whether it’s film and television, hotel and resort promotion, or anything else you want to market with aerial imaging, we’ve got you covered with over 20 years in marketing and advertising production.

Search & Rescue

Autonomous grid search patterns capability, night flight, infrared and thermal payloads, shape recognition; drones are a modern day front line hero for search & rescue as well as disaster relief.


Is it legal to fly in Canada?

That’s a very long and interesting answer. The short answer is yes, if you follow the rules. There are different rules for hobby pilots than there are for professional pilots. There are also different rules depending on the weight of your drone.

The best place to start is with TRANSPORT CANADA UAV GUIDELINES

Do drones violate my privacy?

There is no such thing as UAV Privacy Law. There is no such thing as Cellular phone Privacy Law. There is just Privacy Law, and it pertains to everything. The truth is each of us violates Canadian privacy law on a regular basis.

The short answer is that if you are within 30 ft of someone, you need their written permission to record their image.

Are drones dangerous?

In the hands of an unskilled pilot, absolutely yes. There is no retailer accountability to ensure that the person they sell to is qualified or insured. Imagine a car salesman selling a brand new car to someone without demanding to see their driver’s license and vehicle insurance. It simply doesn’t happen. Sadly, the UAV market isn’t there yet.

There are pre-flight safety checklists to follow. There are regulations to help minimize risk. There are training courses available for the general public.

The bottom line is that you don’t believe someone is flying safely, report them. It protects us all.

Can I fly my drone at night?

Night flying is not allowed in Canada. Special exemptions can be granted by Transport Canada.

Can I fly FPV?

FPV, or First Person View, is not legal within Canada. LOS, or Line of Sight, must be maintained with your drone at all times.