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
- The West Bengal Environment Department will deploy drones to measure and combat industrial pollution at night.
- The European aircraft manufacturer, Airbus, to offer a drone pilot training course in Bengaluru from June 26th, 2023. The five-day program, designed for micro and small drones, has received approval from DGCA.
- DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations plans to introduce a ‘franchise-owned and franchise-operated (FoFo)’ and ‘franchise-owned and company-operated (FoCo)’ model to expand its presence nationally.
- Honeywell Technology Solutions to launch an Advanced Air Mobility Lab in Madurai, dedicated to drone testing, as it identifies significant market opportunities in the country’s drone sector.
- Yuvaan Educative LLP organized a workshop on drone-based surveillance in Kokrajhar as part of the vocational education at schools scheme under NSQF.
- The Government of India aims to utilize Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS) as drone entrepreneurs for spraying fertilizers and pesticides.
- Drogo Drones recently conducted a workshop at NITTTR Chennai to create awareness about drones’ vast potential and their applications across diverse industries.
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