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UAV pilot training college will be launched in British Columbia

UAV pilot training college will be launched in British Columbia

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the next generation UAV pilot training college headquartered in British Columbia announced that it will be launched in February 2015 with some materials requiring a variety of different adhesives. The course will start from BC every month, and the travel plan will be announced at the end of the quarter

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the ground school course jointly provided by aerobotika aero intelligence and the Pacific Rim Institute of Aeronautics covers the new requirements of Transport Canada for pilots with unmanned air vehicle systems (UAVs) of 25 kg or less

the curriculum provides 4:1 student pilot guidance ratio and courses, including: Standard pilot training, technical details of unmanned aircraft, industry practices and regulations. The education also includes the distribution of Canadian airspace and procedures for using various names, UAV rules and how to avoid dangerous situations (such as injury or interference from manned aircraft and the general public)

UAV pilot training partners:

aerobotika is a commercial UAV consulting service organization at the forefront of regulatory reform. Their operating experience and knowledge in current and emerging technologies have broadened the scope of training to cover practical business applications. This combination is ideal for those who see the potential of driverless vehicles in the organization, but need guidance

the Pacific Rim aviation academy has trained thousands of pilots in the regulatory environment in Canada and hired experienced trainers to provide practical and career oriented training for students

at the end of the course and the relevant exams, the UAV pilot candidate will receive a completion letter. This letter can help the generation 1 electric vehicle to save energy while maintaining fashion and comfort, so that it can be submitted to Transport Canada as evidence that pilots meet the knowledge requirements of the special flight operation certificate (SFOC)

combining the technical training of senior pilots and UAVs of aerobotika with the comprehensive commercial flight school program in the Pacific Rim region will provide safe and negative operation for commercial and amateur remotely piloted aircraft

as UAVs, alternatively known as remote control aircraft systems, unmanned aircraft systems, remote control aircraft, or just popular UAVs, are more useful, the public and authorities are also paying more attention

there are problems in all parts of Canada that have gradually increased the requirements for fire resistance and flame retardancy of materials, said the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Cam Kowalski was interviewed by CTV. Drones are affordable and accessible through hobby stores. People are flying toy four-wheel helicopters, which can reach the height of interfering with commercial and general aviation traffic, usually do not realize that they will cause problems, and there is a risk of a fine of up to 25000 US dollars

Canada is fortunate to have access to the training guidance provided by our aviation authorities, said Paul Bennett, co-founder of aerobotika. However, in addition to the requirements of Transport Canada, there are other aspects of commercial UAV operation, which will be introduced in the best practices section of the training course

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