We maken foto’s en films met drones voor een top-down view op een object of zijn omgeving.

Inzetbaar voor alles dat je graag vanuit een ander perspectief wilt zien.

Of het nu een huis is, een bedrijfspand of een nog te bebouwen kavel, ErRoRlab legt het vast.

Drone; drəʊn/

drone; 3rd person present: drones; past tense: droned; past participle: droned; gerund or present participle: droning

  1. make a continuous low humming sound.
    “in the far distance a machine droned”
    synoniemen: hum, buzz, whir, vibrate, murmur, rumble, purr, hiss, whisper, sigh
    “we heard a plane droning overhead”
  • speak tediously in a dull monotonous tone.
    “he reached for another beer while Jim droned on”
    synoniemen:     speak boringly, speak monotonously, go on and on, talk interminably; intone, pontificate;  informalspout, sound off, jaw, spiel, speechify, preachify  “the president droned on about right and wrong”
  • move with a continuous humming sound.
    “traffic droned up and down the street”

drone; plural noun: drones

  1. a continuous low humming sound.
    “he nodded off to the drone of the car engine”
    synoniemen:     hum, buzz, whir, whirring, vibration, murmur, murmuring, purr, purring, hiss, hissing, whisper, whispering, sigh
    “the drone of aircraft taking off”
  • Informal
    a monotonous speech.
    “only twenty minutes of the hour-long drone had passed”
  1. a continuous musical note of low pitch.
    “the drone rose by a third to A”
  • a musical instrument, or part of one, sounding a continuous note of low pitch, in particular (also drone pipe ) a pipe in a bagpipe or (also drone string ) a string in an instrument such as a hurdy-gurdy or a sitar.

noun: drone pipe; plural noun: drone pipes; noun: drone string; plural noun: drone strings

  1. a male bee in a colony of social bees, which does no work but can fertilize a queen.
  • a person who does no useful work and lives off others.
    “the University takes all the profit and redistributes it to drones like him”
    synoniemen:     hanger-on, parasite, leech, passenger; idler, loafer, layabout, lounger, good-for-nothing, do-nothing, sluggard, laggard; informallazybones, scrounger, sponger, cadger, freeloader, bloodsucker, waster, skiver, slacker
    “students came to be regarded as drones supported by taxpayers’ money”
  1. a remote-controlled pilotless aircraft or missile.