SkyTec Ireland specialises in delivering high definition imagery for use in industrial inspections, roof inspections, archaeology, advertising and much more.
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SkyTec Ireland are licensed by the Irish Aviation Authority and hold the Aerial Work Permission to conduct commercial operations. This is a requirement for any operator of an unmanned aerial vehicle in Irish Airspace who wants to operate commercially or for anyone who wants to put a camera into the sky for whatever reason.
The SkyTec UAS Academy is approved by the Irish Aviation Authority to conduct both ground and flight training in the use of unmanned aircraft. The Academy fulfils the National Regulations pertaining to training requirements and standards of competency that must be attained prior to the issue of an Aerial Work Permission. The Ground School Aeronautical Knowledge Course will enable UAS pilots and associated personnel acquire the knowledge to safely operate unmanned aircraft in Irish Airspace.
TV3 Port of Cork documentary Part 2 using SkyTec's unmanned aircraft has been delayed until May.
SkyTec Ireland recording the sun going down on Electric Picnic 2014
The Irish Times commissioned SkyTec Ireland to be the first ever unmanned aircraft to capture aerial videos at Electric Picnic.
The 2014 Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle took place on Saturday 5th July and SkyTec Ireland were commissioned by KTOWNMEDIA, based in Killarney, as part of a specialised camera crew to film the event.
The final construction of the tallest wind turbine in Ireland at Ringaskiddy was recorded on aerial video under a contract awarded to SkyTec Ireland.
First ever live broadcast in Ireland via unmanned aircraft was carried out by SkyTec Ireland for TV3