Drone Jobs in Nigeria

Last Updated: September 28, 2020


May 25, 2020

You bring the skill. and We’ll make earning easy for you

You can easily make money doing with your drone skill
  1. Freelance Drone Pilot. …
  2. Aerial Photography. …
  3. Buy, Fix, and Resell Used Drones. …
  4. Get a Search and Rescue Permit. …
  5. Agricultural Inspections. …
  6. Drone Racing. …
  7. Wedding Photographer. …
  8. Videographer.
  9. and Many More

Become a Freelancer

Small UAVs, like drones, can take pictures from above, recording earth’s places that are difficult or impossible to reach from the ground. The drones today have great voltage and can be remotely controlled, making them ideal for aerial surveys in the most difficult areas. Therefore, helicopters and other aircraft have been substituted in many cases for the survey.

Safety tips to consider when flying drones
You can also Work as a Drone aerial tester

Air surveys have applications in various fields such as topography, digital mapping, archeology, feature recognition, various GIS applications, etc. In fact, a number of professional organizations around the world require aerial surveys, and this is a good opportunity to open up a private company and provide aerial survey services.

If you want to gain money from the survey, you must also provide your customers with the highest quality photographic services. You must be an aerial photography expert and have the knowledge, expertise, and certification necessary to conduct survey work in order to provide this service.


Drone company in Nigeria

We help you promote your skill as best. Run some ads, get references, publish online, post on social media, all you can do to ensure customers think about you first! Drone companies are a highly competitive location but you can build a successful niche for yourself with proper advertising and promotion.


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