Prince Moh'd bin Saad St., Al-Aqeeq Dist, Riyadh-KSA
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World-Class aerial images covering more than 90 islands.

The 28,000 square kilometers of land making up the Red Sea Project include one of the most diverse nature reserves and captivating dormant volcanoes in Western Saudi Arabia. Artrabia was chosen to conduct a 2-months aerial survey in order to locate the best locations for aerial imaging production. At the end of this project we are able to produce more than 19,000 high resolution images, that will be used in many applications.

Artrabia is proud to say that we have never come across a project that we weren’t able to handle. Our commercial drone services in Saudi Arabia are our quest to help innovate the world of drone technology and set a new, higher bar for pilot skills.


Conduct an aerial survey over the most beautiful sites within the 28,000 sq/km project area. This initial survey to be followed by aerial missions to produce world-class images that are high-resolution, sharp, covering all types of terain areas of sea islands, dormant volcanoes, and desert landscapes.


We found that the available UAV currently in the market lack the ability to produce high resolution images, so the first challenge was to customize our drones in order to left heavy load cameras & lenses using specialize gimbal & adapters. Conducting many trial & errors we were able to build our own custom UAV that is now capable of producing 500 Megapixel image in one single shot!

Artrabia is among the pioneers of Drone as a Service (DaaS) and UAV services in KSA. Our skilled staff of ex-military fighter pilots and a fleet of high-capability drones are designed to ensure your success in every way imaginable.

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Prince Moh'd bin Saad St., Al-Aqeeq Dist., Riyadh 11645
Working Hours

Sunday - Thursday: 8am - 5pm

Saturday: 8am - 1300pm

Friday: Closed


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