New Delhi. Instructors from Indian Institute of Drones (IID) and Pioneer Flying Academy underwent Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) Trainer Course conducted by Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Academi (IGRUA) in association with Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
With an increasing demand of drone operators and their operational readiness in various fields such as Agriculture, Security and Surveillance, Aerial Mapping, Disaster Management, Industrial Inspection, Health care and Law enforcement, the Government of India (GoI) is pushing the local manufactures to increase production of drones and comprehensive training of drone pilots.
Four instructors from Indian Institute of Drones and Pioneer Flying Academy underwent RPAS Trainer Course conducted by Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Academi in association with DGCA from Feb 2-3 for ground classes and flying & simulator Training from March 8-10.
Saroj Joshi, Lt Cdr John Livingstone, G. Ram Sarath Kumar and Faiz Alam will now be able to train and certify individuals who want to become Drone pilots and apply for DGCA License using this certification in small category drone operations. There is an increasing influx of requirements for Drones and Drone Pilots for various applications which can only be met with an increase in intake of students who want to dive into this industry and set their career paths.
Pioneer Flying Academy is a Premier Flying Training Organisation, duly approved by the DGCA, Government of India. Pioneer Flying Academy trains the aspiring pilots as per the curriculum and standards laid down by DGCA, India and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), with main focus on training pilots for airlines industry.
Indian Institute of Drones is the official Drone training partner to Pioneer Flying Academy and the number one Drone training institute in India. It specialises in training professionals and Drone technology enthusiasts, who have the willingness to learn the art of flying drones to carry out UAV piloting and operations with great emphasis on flight safety and security issues, with 16 training centers across India.