top drone training institutes/universities

  • An Unmanned Technology workshop organized by Samhams Technologies in GITS Udaipur India

    As the time passing, unmanned technology grasping out the empire of pre exists manned technology. Encountering of UAVs such as Quad-copter in daily life considers a very normal thing presently, implementing in numerous vital applications like aerial photography, survey, cargo delivery, etc. Many universities and colleges started the case...
  • Airbus and Local Motors Complete the Cargo Drone Challenge

    In early 2016, Airbus, the giant European aerospace company, and Local Motors, a USA-based company that operates a growing global network of microfactories, launched the Cargo Drone Challenge. Until now, Airbus had focused all of their drone efforts in a military context, but with this initiative, Airbus seems to...
  • This Drone Camera Will Take Your Selfies to the Next Level

    Instead of extending your arm or using a selfie stick to snap shots of you and your crew, you could use a new pocket-size drone — dubbed the “AirSelfie” — to help you remotely capture aerial photos and videos. The AirSelfie is the brainchild of Italian entrepreneur Edoardo Stroppiana,...
  • Pune police granted permission for DRONE civilian use: INDIA

    Ever since the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) gave the green light for civilian use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) in April this year, police stations have been merrily making their own ground rules, leading to disparity. Quashing their right to grant permission to fly drones, the Pune...
  • UAVs and insect cyborgs collaborate to map disaster zones

    Robots don’t always need to be built from scratch. In the case of “biobots”, scientists have been able to hack into insects, turning them into remote-controlled scouts to gather data and map unfamiliar or unsafe areas. Researchers at North Carolina State University (NCSU) have already demonstrated the hardware and...
  • 5 Most Expensive Medicines in the World

    The pharmaceutical expenditures in 2014 exceeded USD 1 trillion for the first time, which was equal to 1.3% of global GDP and higher than the cumulative annual GDP of 15 countries. It is estimated that the global pharmaceutical expenditures will continue to increase. And IMS health project expenditures are...
  • World Bank projects 5.4 pc growth for Pakistan in 2018

    PAKISTAN: Pakistan’s economy is set to grow by a robust 5.4 percent by 2018 as Chinese investment from a multi-billion dollar infrastructure project flows into the country, the World Bank predicted in a new report Thursday. The cash-strapped country, for years plagued by a bloody homegrown Taliban insurgency, has...