Our weekly news wrap-up on India’s burgeoning drone ecosystem will provide you with information on training, skill development, capacity building, technology, and industry updates. The news snippets from the drone ecosystem could not only keep you informed but also help you generate leads and opportunities to grow your business in the industry.
Here we go with the top headlines of the week from the drone ecosystem in India
Updates from the drone ecosystem in India
- To monitor the volume of legacy waste in Gurugram, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) conducted biweekly drone surveys of the Bandhwari landfill.
- Garuda Aerospace receives a substantial order of 400 Agri Kisan Drones from IFFCO, adding to their 10,000-drone order book for the year.
- IFFCO has launched a nationwide campaign to procure 2500 “IFFCO Kisan Drones” for spraying their revolutionary products, Nano Urea and Nano DAP, inspired by PM Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Sahkar Se Samriddhi.’
- The Himachal Pradesh government has signed memorandums of understanding (MoUs) valued at Rs 200 crore to manufacture drones, as part of their objective to foster technology-based governance within the state.
- Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited (IFFCO) has selected Anna University’s Centre for Aerospace Research (CASR) to provide training to farmers on operating drones for the purpose of fertiliser spraying in agricultural fields.
- The DGCA has signed an MoU with EASA to jointly develop drone standards, including licensing, training, air traffic management, infrastructure, and UTM services.
- C-DAC, NIELIT and IIITDM Kurnool are jointly conducting PG-Diploma course in drone technologies as part of a government-approved project for capacity building in this field.
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