Our weekly news news wrap-up focuses 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
- Marut Drones has launched Seedcopter 2.0, India’s first reforestation drone, and announced the availability for corporate entities who can deploy them in their CSR activities and reforestation efforts.
- Gautam Buddha University in Uttar Pradesh has established the state’s first drone forensic lab, also as a hub for repair and assembly, and has plans to launch drone technology courses next year.
- The MD-10H agricultural spraying drone from Multiplex Drone Pvt. Ltd. has received DGCA type certification.
- ICMR to use drones to transport tuberculosis samples and drugs in Telangana’s Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district for the National TB Elimination Programme (NTEP).
- IG Drones played a crucial role in restoring Airtel’s fiber optic communication line in flood-hit Sikkim, ensuring uninterrupted connectivity and serving as a lifeline for the local population.
- DroneAcharya wins India’s largest DGCA drone pilot training tender for Karnataka Forest Department, valued at INR 96,00,000. The project aims to train 240 officers initially, with potential expansion to 13,000 government personnel in Karnataka.
- NFL, as part of the Government’s Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, is educating farmers on drone usage in agriculture, targeting tribal districts in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal.
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