Training courses

In 2015, Drone Tech will propose remote piloting training courses in a systematically way, adapted to students' needs in the West and the North of the island.

Before approving the training course contract, we'll meet the student to define with him/her how many hours he/she needs to study theory, simulator and practices to achieve his/her goals (initiation, remotely-pilot, particular activity specialization).

These courses can be financed by specialized organisms, according to your professional situation.

To be a professional remotely-pilot you need:
  • - A theoretical pilot patent, on sailplane or micro light aircraft delivered by DGAC.
  • - A Declaration of Qualification level delivered by Drone Tech after an examination at the end of the course.
  • - To be declared in a professional operator's Handbook of Particular Activity.
Drone Tech also proposes a pack sale/support course for companies or associations who wish to be autonomous in their activity.

Drone Tech provides

We pay close attention to the quality during the conception of our multicopters. Electronics is entirely tropicalized to resist heat and moisture. In agreement with the 2012/04/11 executive decision , Drone Tech has deposited its Handbook of Particular Activities to the DGAC and is fully approved for scenario S1, S2 and S3.

Drone Tech co-workers competences are complementary and allow us to provide the best services: private and RPAS pilots, engineer in thermography and topography, high-level technician in electricity and electronics, specialist in GIS, sound and assembly video engineer…

Electric brushless motors of 350W each. No pollution. The carbon propellers generate little noise and this one becomes hardly perceptible at more than 20 meters.

In France thanks to its prefectural approval for S3, Drone Tech can intervene downtown and/or on roofs. People overflight implies their written agreement and night flight is prohibited.
Operating under French regulation.

Redundancy and electronic reliability, automatic landing in case of a connection breakdown, weather conditions, formation of remotely-pilots, safety supervision, specific insurance, human factors… Drone Tech safety requirements are draconian.



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