Geospatial technology is an indispensable tool for many modern industries. With applications in construction, real estate, agriculture, city planning, public health and safety, and more, the diverse capabilities of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS), a subset of Geospatial technology, enables them to meet a wide range of business needs. However, GIS relies heavily on the underlying data that supports it, and gathering that data can be burdensome. We are witnessing wide-spread application of drones to gather these useful data. Surveying with a drone offers enormous potential to GIS professionals.