One would have questioned a year ago whether the Indian drone industry could offer a secure profession to individuals looking for a fulfilling work. However, many people today are certain that this business may actually experience a long-awaited boom. The demand for professional and seasoned personnel is increasing along with the drone ecosystem. Tata STRIVE and DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations have teamed together to offer skill-based training to young people from marginalised communities in the drone industry because they recognise the potential of talent generation for the sector.
The association serves as a first step in making drone pilot training and related courses accessible to and well-known by the general public. DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) certified drone pilot training, drone construction, drone repair and maintenance, drone data processing with GIS, Python coding for automation, and tailored industrial training for agriculture, mining, logistics, surveillance, security, and disaster management are among the courses on the list.
Anita Rajan, CEO of Tata, discussed the traction and reach that these courses could muster.
According to STRIVE, “These courses have the potential to make a person job-ready and marketable.”
the moment a person earns certification. DroneAcharya and Tata STRIVE are thrilled to collaborate.
to provide our nation’s youth with means of support in this developing area.
These programmes would be essential in making India a hub for drone technology in addition to spreading awareness.
National Highways has official mining activity guidelines from the Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM).
In order to map India using drones, the Authority of India for Road Assessments and the Survey of India
Drone builders, data specialists, drone repair and maintenance personnel, and pilots are all in high demand just going to increase.