Friday, October 22

Understanding a drone or UAV

Drone Definition

A drone, in technological terms, is an unmanned aircraft. Drones are more formally known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or unmanned aircraft systems (UASes). Essentially, a drone is a flying robot that can be remotely controlled or fly autonomously through software-controlled flight plans in their embedded systems, working in conjunction with onboard sensors and GPS. Drone is a broad term that can refer to any unmanned aircraft. However, it usually refers to a multirotor. A multirotor has three or more propellers that can be used to hover or fly in any direction. The most common type is a quadcopter, which has four propellers

drone / UAV

Drone Training program

General UAV theory (6 hours)

  • UAV History and Prospects
  • General theory
  • Aeronautical meteorology
  • Air navigation
  • UAV Technology

UAV application in various industries and products obtained with their use (6 hours)

  • UAV industry solutions

Profession external pilot, introductory course (12 hours)

  • Hanging equipment (payload)
  • Analysis and post-processing of information
  • Photogrammetry

Safety and legality of flight (4 hours)

  • UAV Legislation
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Flight safety

Aerial Robotics (quadrocopter assembly) (10 hours)

  • Assembly, configuration and piloting of a quadrocopter based on edDron training complex

Photo, video (10 hours)

  • Photography
  • Video recording
  • Planning a flight route for the implementation of tasks and creative design, obtaining the necessary visual range
  • Camera control during the flight, frame building
  • Maintenance of UAV photo-video equipment

Using a consumer quadrocopter (10 hours)

  • Key Features and Features of Using DJI Spark
  • Key Features and Features of Using DJI Mavic Pro
  • Key Features and Features of Using DJI Phantom 4 Pro

Drone racing, FPV flight control (8 hours)

  • Features of piloting a racing copter in FPV
  • Management in stabilization mode
  • Management in acro (manual) mode
  • Testing typical maneuvers

Frequently encountered errors, emergency response (4 hours)

  • Errors caused by improper flight preparation
    Pilot errors
  • Performing difficult maneuvers and practicing actions in emergency situations

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