A drone, in a technological context, is an unmanned aircraft. Essentially, a drone is a flying robot. The aircraft may be remotely controlled or can fly autonomously through software-controlled flight plans in their embedded systems working in conjunction with onboard sensors and GPS. Drones can be controlled by a remote control system or a ground cockpit. Drones come in a wide variety of sizes, with the large drone mostly used for military purposes such as the Predator drone, other smaller drones which can be launched by hand, to other unmanned aircraft which require short runways. We provide an industry-grade training on nano-drones discussing each aspect of hardware and software.
Learning a NEW Technology, Various sensors such as gyroscope, accelerometer, barometer, and other related data sensors, motors, propellers and so, have their individual significance; but when these individual sensors combine, they can form an overall a different technology which can FLY. This new technology that can fly has already created Curiosity and Interest amongst kids to youngsters to adults whether it is a student or professional or hobbyist and is always fun to learn. Hands-on Experience Drones are like big LEGO sets. One can assemble parts or take them apart and then add additional parts later like cameras, sensors, etc. The great part is one can choose what they have to incorporate as per there application. Some drones can be ordered ready-to-fly and require almost no effort to set up, while the more technical DIY kits require additional knowledge of Assembly of components (Controller, sensors, motors, etc.). When all the components are assembled it is needed to be programmed accordingly to make drone fly and so does require knowledge of Programming. Future Now it is the perfect time for young people and enthusiasts to get involved in learning this new technology. The drone industry will grow more from 11 billion to 140 billion over the next 10 years. Various Universities have already started incorporating Drones as a part of their Course Program.