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Drone flying tip checklist for a Beginner

Drone flying tip checklist for a Beginner

These days interests are focused on nerding out drone use. For this reason, it is important to understand the drone flying tip checklist as a beginner.

Geoinfotech drone training and services are for everyone, you don’t need to be an expert to fly one. For beginners who have an interest in flying drones, we guarantee a rewarding experience at the successful completion of the training course.

A drone flying tip checklist for a beginner entails having a good knowledge of the drone courses either through videos or via drone photography tips. Which can be online or via physical training taken by an experienced trainer.

And of course like airplanes drone crash too. This may follow suit due to inadequate training practices or issues resulting from a poor pilot error during preflight.

In most of our training, we ensure the use of a particular kind of care and expertise.  Like proposing the incorporation of drones to improve the way we collect information, especially around unlicensed and unlawful waste operations.Drone flying tip checklist for a Beginner

Every drone trainer must be guided by the following before flying a drone:

  1. For every country, there are specific laws that regulate the use of UAVs.
  2. Strictly adhere to every important detail in the drone manual.
  3. Check your drone for defects prior to and after each flight (preflight and post-flight assessment)
  4. For flying safely, it is advised to put the drone in beginner mode while practicing in an open space.
  5. To avoid staking out from your flight area, take note of flight hazards.
  6.  Installation of batteries and propellers should be done.
  7. Make sure you turn on the remote controller and connect to the drone to avoid unnecessary delay.
  8. If you using a GPS, use the remote controller paired to the drone to check the quality of the drone’s GPS signal reception.
  9. Understand micro weather conditions to ensure compatibility with your drone before flying.

To ensure safety reasons, it is advisable to set a geofence and pre-flight checklist before every drone flight.

Geoinfotech practice a unique learning curve, that help beginners withstand or overcome every struggle while piloting a drone for the first time.

What beginners stand to learn from our training

  1. A brief introduction of drones.
  2. The hardware components.
  3. The different drone types.
  4. The right sensors used.
  5. The Calibration and functions.
  6. NCAA Drone Regulations in Nigeria.
  7. Certificate of Authorization (COA).
  8. ROT certification.
  9. Drone insurance.
  10. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
  11. NOTAM (Notice to Airmen).
  12. No Zone Areas.
  13. Professional Applications and Services.
  14. Reconnaissance Survey and Weather Conditions.
  15.  Our full Preflight checklist.
  16. Beyond Visual line of sight.
  17. Unmanned Aircraft System.
  18. Automatic and Manual flight.
  19. Above Ground Level
  20. Accelerometer
  21. Tracking
  22. Collision/Obstacle Avoidance (COA/TCAS)
  23. Take off and return Manual
  24. Data photography and Video
  25. Drone Apps and Software
  26. Online test and assessment
  27. Certification

There are so many projects to execute with our course study routine. So why not take advantage of this fast-evolving technology to learn all technical specs by heart.


How Geoinfotech relates cartography in GIS environment

How Geoinfotech relates cartography in GIS environment

How Geoinfotech relates cartography in the GIS environment

Over the years, Geoinfotech relates cartography in the GIS environment helping us in mapping the world in a conformal projection.

Cartography as a science was not established until the German geographer Max Eckert (1868–1938) published his two volumes on “map science” that marked the birth of cartography as an independent discipline and science (Eckert 1921, 1925).

As a young science and confronted with major technological developments in the late 20th-century cartography underwent several crises as to what exactly is cartography and how it relates to other spatial sciences, in particular to geographic information systems

what then does cartography entailWhat then does cartography entail;

Cartography is the science and technique of producing maps and map-related products. These products are digital or analog models of (a virtual) reality.

Why do GIS and cartography complement each other?

Geographic information systems (GIS), the ultimate culmination of cartography and modern technology, allow us to map our world like never before: from rendering 3D oceanic base maps to finding the nearest dry cleaner.

Cartography and geographic information systems both influence each other, but mapping may get the best of the relation. GIS technology promises to transform cartography by changing what gets mapped, what form maps take, who makes and uses maps, and how maps are used. We can also expect better tailoring of maps to user needs and characteristics. In the process, all involved will have to pay closer attention to the nature of cartographic representation.

what then does cartography entail

At Geoinfotech relating cartography and GIS can be best visualized from a practical point of view. One of the modes of GIS is the cartographic one, but this is mostly given in the context of applications and not necessarily as an objective reality. Computer-Assisted Mapping (CAM) has a specific production objective but lacks the analytical capacities of a GIS. On its part, GIS includes cartographic capacities, which being important have not the same weight as the analytical. However, GIS depends basically on cartography for data capture, which in many cases has to be converted to a digital format, structured and put into a database, processed as required, and finally given some sort of output.

However, neither of them is to be ignored in its importance for the visualization of spatial objects and phenomena in this recent times. In this article, Geoinfotech further shows the advantages and disadvantages of cartography using GIS.

Advantage of cartography using GIS

  • Create maps semi-automatically

  • Manage layers

  • Symbolize data

  • Label maps with text and graphics automatically

  • Layout and print maps

  • Work with styles and symbols

  • Look at data with graphs

  • Create reports

  • Query maps


The disadvantage of cartography using GIS

  • Classification: The classification tools included in the most current GIS package allow quick and easy classing schemes. This can lead to inappropriate choices because no significant experimentation is needed. Another factor to consider is the number of classes: the default number of classes in the GIS package is frequently too high: nine or ten, whereas five or six classes, are enough.

  • Text Placement: Labelling points, lines and polygons automatically is often imprecise or cartographically false. Overposting (labeling for one feature placed on top of labeling for another feature), bad polygon labeling (on left/center/right) are other placement, are classic errors.

  • Colour schemes: Often the default color schemes are qualitative, this can be a real problem for

choropleth mapping (which uses quantitative data).

As a mapping company supplying cartographic products to businesses, charities, and organizations in the public sector, Geoinfotech understands the importance of your design brief when producing maps for books and magazines, for use on public display panels and signposts, and for deployment in interactive applications and websites. Please get in touch today to discover how the cartography and map-making services offered by Geoinfotech can best assist you with your project via www.geoinfotech.ng


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