Drone Destination, a Delhi-based startup, wants to open at least 150 drone pilot training schools across the country by 2025, according to CEO Chirag Sharma.
"By 2025, we plan to engage with colleges, agricultural institutes, and police academies to fulfil the ecosystem's unique needs and provide job and business possibilities to over 1 lakh people," Sharma said.
“The company has so far opened six centres: four in collaboration with Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi (IGRUA), the largest flying training organisation under the Ministry of Civil Aviation, at Gurugram, Bengaluru, Gwalior, and Dharamshala; one with Sanskardham Global Mission Institute; and the most recent launch at Punjab’s first Drone Training School in Chandigarh University,” Sharma explained.
“Promoting drone technology is another way for us to demonstrate our commitment to good governance and convenience.”
We have a sophisticated tool in the form of drones that will become an integral part of people’s life,” Modi had stated.
According to him, Drone Destination wants to create a massive network of “150-plus drone hubs by 2025, each offering drone training, drone rental, and drone services.”
He further noted that Drone Destination, in collaboration with IGRUA, has conducted multiple Train-the-Trainer courses and developed more than 150 DGCA-approved drone teachers around the country.
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