Drone Pilot and mapping
Drone Pilot and mapping
Take the drone mapping skills to new heights and train with the Experts at Geoinfotech. Advance your career in Drone Surveying, Photography, 3D Mapping. The next-gen digital learning solution for drone to start generating revenue from your drone data. The Drone Training will teach you to prepare and conduct productive drone surveys and mapping with confidence, from digital photogrammetry to aerial data capture, processing, extraction and accuracy.
In your own time, learn at your own pace–without taking any time off work. Structured modules that meet your interest, Training system delivers the syllabus of Basic to Advance course, which tracks the progress of students through each module.
You'll obtain a Certificate of Completion at the conclusion of the Course.
Skills to learn
- Use the new Drone Technology to solve spatial problems
- Prepare and conduct productive drone surveys and mapping with confidence, from digital photogrammetry to aerial data capture, extraction, accuracy and analysis.
- Overview of drone hardware Components
- Drone Types
- Understanding Drone Regulations in Nigeria and other Airspace Restrictions and No Zone Areas
- Drone Applications
- Drone Photography
- Reconnaissance Survey and Weather Condition
- Drone Flight Plan
- Pre-flight checklist
- Take Off and Return Auto / Manual
- Data Capture / Record
- Drone Mapping and Modeling
- Introduction to coordinate system and format
- Interpreting Drone Data
- Drone Image Processing and Analysis
- 3D Modelling
Companies like AutoDesk –AutoCad software makers familiar to architects and builders–have embraced drone technology, investing heavily in drones to seize new opportunities. Thousands of drone technology companies are developing mapping and photogrammetry tools for various applications; and one field that may be among the first to take off with the commercial drone industry.
For example, recent use of drones to survey wildlife has allowed researchers to use photogrammetry to assess whale health; mapping has helped rescue and rebuild efforts after earthquakes and other disasters in many undeveloped countries. The future mapping and photogrammetry applications can only extend with drones that have been unachievable–or at least expensive and difficult to reach –using traditional means.