Certificate Course in DRONE
A drone, also known as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), is an aircraft that is operated remotely by a human operator or autonomously by on-board computers. Drones can range in size from small handheld devices to large aircraft, and they are used in a variety of applications, including aerial photography, surveying, mapping, search and rescue operations, agricultural monitoring, and military operations.
Drones are typically equipped with a range of sensors, such as cameras, lidar, and GPS, which allow them to gather data and perform various tasks. They are controlled either by a human operator using a remote control or by pre-programmed instructions stored in the drone’s on-board computer.
One of the advantages of drones is their ability to access hard-to-reach or dangerous areas, such as disaster zones or areas affected by environmental hazards. Drones can provide real-time data and imagery, enabling responders to quickly assess damage and plan rescue and recovery efforts.
However, there are also concerns about the privacy and safety implications of drone use. As drones become more popular and accessible, regulations and guidelines are being developed to ensure their safe and responsible use.