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
- RattanIndia Enterprise Ltd (REL) has announced that its subsidiary, Neosky India Limited, has been granted a Remote Pilot Training Organization (RPTO) license from DGCA.
- ITI Indore has started a course on drone technology and handling and is contemplating to add more short-term courses amid demand from industries for a skilled talent pool.
- By the end of July, IoTechWorld Avigation announced its plans to initiate operations for seven remote pilot training organizations in five states. These organizations will train 360 budding drone pilots each year.
- The Directorate of Agriculture is acquiring two drones to promote their use among farmers in Goa. The drones will be used to train farmers in applying pesticides, weedicides, and water-soluble fertilizers.
- Drone Destination Limited has announced with the filing of its Draft Red Herring Prospectus (DRHP) on May 20th, 2023.
- Esri India and ideaForge have signed an MOU to drive drone adoption in India, enabling users to solve complex problems across various industries using GIS-integrated drone solutions.
- Asteria Aerospace has received DGCA’s type certification for the A410-XT drone, designed for surveillance and inspection.
Also read: Weekly news wrap-up on the emerging drone ecosystem in India – 23052023 https://dronefluence.com/weekly-news-wrap-up-on-the-emerging-drone-ecosystem-in-india-23052023/
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