The company name DroneMapper jumped out at me from the most recent Professional Surveyor newsletter. It sounded questionable, what with so many restrictions on current use of that technology here in the United States. But, if you look at what the company does, it's not so questionable at all. The company does 3D aerial imagery processing. The company doesn't fly the drones.
If you are operating inside the United States of America with a COA, Special Airworthiness Certification for UAS, or over Tribal Lands we'd like to hear from you.
In fact, it was noted in the publication because it signed a contract with the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) to provide imagery processing services for the next 5 years (announcement).
So, think hard when naming your startup! It should turn heads.