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
- Carborundum Universal Ltd has collaborated with IdeaForge Technology to develop products to make drones lighter, stronger and more durable.
- The government of Tamil Nadu has announced plans to set up the country’s first common testing centre for unmanned aerial systems (drones), allocating a budget of Rs 45 crore for the initiative.
- The government of India will soon launch a scheme to increase the use of drones in agriculture and boost the rural economy. This scheme will provide training for around 15,000 women from self-help groups (SHGs) to fly and repair drones.
- Shiprocket, an e-commerce platform has collaborated with Skye Air Mobility, a SaaS-driven drone delivery solution provider, to enable shipments using drones.
- The Ministry of Rural Development has implemented drones to monitor projects and Mahatma Gandhi NREGS activities in rural areas.
- IISC’s Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Laboratory (AIRL) unveils indigenous autopilot for drones, a vital stride in India’s drone avionics indigenization.
- Syngenta India introduced drone impact in agriculture, deploying 100 simultaneously in Punjab and Haryana for Incipio crop solution application, highlighting commitment to sustainable farming.
- Naini Aerospace Limited in Prayagraj, India, has received approval to set up a drone pilot training organization and will offer a five-day course for aspiring drone pilots, providing certification on small category drones.
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