In our weekly news news wrap-up, we focus on India’s thriving drone industry, offering insights into training, skill development, capacity enhancement, technology advancements, 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
- RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd. introduces L07, a compact delivery drone for e-commerce and healthcare through its company Throttle Aerospace Systems, L07 is tailored for small payload use cases.
- IIT Roorkee in partnership with South Eastern Coalfields Ltd has collaborated on a project to develop drones for open-cast mine surveillance.
- To empower women’s self-help groups, the launch of PM Mahila Kisan Drone Kendra took place at Usgao, to offer comprehensive training focusing on the operation and use of drones in agriculture.
- The Maharashtra settlement commissioner’s office has completed a drone survey of residential land parcels in 12,084 villages.
- Under the Drone Akka scheme, Scindia is overseeing the training of 1,700 women in operating drones for tasks such as, sowing seeds and spraying fertilizers in agricultural fields.
- Centre for Knowledge Sovereignty and Esri India have collaborated to launch the ‘Master Mentors Geo-enabling Indian Scholars program to provide training in geospatial technologies.
- The Haryana government aims to promote the use of drones in agriculture by implementing IFFCO’s Drone Promotion Scheme.
- IIT Guwahati has launched a 3-month drone technology training program for Junior Commissioned Officers and Other Ranks Officers to equip them with advanced skills for drone operations and explore career options in the drone sector.
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