About Us

Dutch Drone Company is founded with the goal to provide the industry with solutions for faster and safer inspections. The deployment of UAVs is one example of those solutions. To offer our clients the highest quality of service Dutch Drone Company partnered from the beginning with several specialists that improve the deployment of UAVs. With these partnerships we can offer years of expertise within a young company. As a result of these cooperations we offer the newest technique’s in the field of cameras (IR/Thermic), data-analysis and livestreams.


Integrated UAS operations in Civil CTR zones in the Netherlands.

Civil CTR zones and Congested Airspace Operations require expert and carefully planned operations to ensure the safety of Airspace Users, UAV Operators and the Public.

Our drones can be fitted with a Transponder Mode-S that allows the Air Traffic Control to see our drone on their radar. We also maintain two-way radio contact with ATC to make sure we operate safely between other airspace users.

Dutch Drone Company is constantly working on new Legislation and Operational Procedures through close cooperation with LVNL (Luchtverkeersleiding Netherlands) ILenT, NLR and the Dutch UAS Industry group DCRO.
We aim for Safe, simple and integrated Procedures for UAV operations which is the core of our company and we are proud to be demonstrating our Operations and Leadership qualities as one of the Netherlands’ foremost UAV Operators.

Our pilots have the following offshore and industry certifications: VCA, NOGEPA, BOSIET, OPITO, Bideltoid Measurement, Basis knowledge OCE, H2S Course.

Dutch Drone Company was the first company that passed the technical and organisational assessments of the NLR (Dutch Airspace Authority) in 2014. We are committed to keep these certificates up to date to guarantee that we work legal, safe and respect privacy laws and rules. Our team includes certified commercial airline pilots. This means that our pilots are experienced pilots who know all about aviation and safety regulations.


Our team includes certified drone pilots that also work in the manned aviation as co-pilot or captain. This means that our pilots have a lot of experience in aviation and know everything of the safety procedures and regulations.


We strongly believe that if you aim for the best results you need to make sure that you need to bring expertise from different areas together. In the end we want to deliver our client the best results, therefore we found partners that enable us to deliver a complete and qualitative product. We are very proud to work together with our partners and are part of innovative studies and projects so we can always implement the latest technologies in our services.

In 2016 we started our cooperation with Capgemini; with this International operating company we can combine our strengths and deliver unique full-service solution to our clients where analyses and data integration in real-time analytics is possible. We are very proud on this partnership that has already proofed to be very beneficial for our clients


The Dutch Drone Company is determined to follow the laws and regulations for the use of drones perfectly.

Since October 2014, the Dutch Drone Company is the first operator who has completed the Dutch NLR (National Aerospace Laboratory) examination for a business exemption.


The Dutch Drone Company is in possession of the following certificates and insurances:

  • Certificate of Registration of the UAS
  • Certificate of Airworthiness of the UAS
  • Insurance for UAS
  • Proof of Competence of the pilot
  • Safety Management System for the organization of the UAS


For every project we publish a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM). A message that contains critical information regarding the flight such as location and height. This way, other users of the airspace are aware of our activities.


Dutch Drone Company is VCA (safety certificate contractors) certified. Not only has our personnel successfully completed the VCA certifications but also the company itself is audited and works accordingly to the safety requirements of the VCA.