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About Enhanced Visual 

Enhanced Visual assists in integrating unmanned aerial systems technology to deliver powerful, actionable data to decision makers across industries by developing innovative methods to cut cost, increase efficiency, and mitigate risk. Change isn't always easy, so we partner with our clients to integrate state-of-the-art inspection, survey, and asset management platforms to gather, analyze, store, and share data in a way that is simple and collaborative. 

Our mission and promise to you, our client, is to deliver the highest quality geospatial and inspection data possible, data that drives informed business decisions, increases system efficiency, and improves workplace safety.

Breaking New Ground

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Drones are changing the way businesses manage resources and conduct operation. We understand that change isn't always easy, we work with companies every step of way to create custom integration plans. Our mission is to provide innovative, previously impossible services to enhance work flow increase worker safety. Keeping up with the rapidly evolving technological and regulatory environment is a top priority.



Awarded 1st Place in PASSHE Business Plan Competition


Logan realized the potential commercial and economic benefits that drone technology offered across industry’s while finishing his degree at Clarion University. He then founded Enhanced Visual LLC, winning 1st place in the PASSHE (Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education) business plan competition a year later. Before founding Enhanced Visual, he worked in both the Marcellus Oil & Gas and Construction industries. His construction, GIS, and UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) backgrounds are what the company was founded on, understand both the technology and client’s needs. His core responsibilities now include aerial automation, pilot training, data management, and overall UAS program development.

Logan Chernicky 

Owner / Consultant

Enhanced Visual is in compliance with all Federal Aviation Association regulations and procedures pertaining to small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) outlined in 14 CFR Part 107 

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