Unmanned Systems Technologies and Robotics

For sure you need to dream, make ambitious plans, achieve great success, do the things that nobody has done before…. I believe in you and in success of each and every one of you. You have the ability, obligation and potential to be destined to win!” (V. Putin)
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Age: 10-16
Course Duration: 2 years
Summary For sure you need to dream, make ambitious plans, achieve great success, do the things that nobody has done before…. I believe in you and in success of each and every one of you. You have the ability, obligation and potential to be destined to win!” (V. Putin)

It is hard to imagine today’s teenager, who was not keen on playing games with a remote-control toy in the childhood, whether a robot, an animal, a cartoon character, a car, a boat, a plane or a helicopter. A school pupil who has retained interest in the technical devices of the kind, can feel excited in a training course for drone operators – copter pilots. (Copter is an informal short term for a helicopter).

Drones are extremely popular due to a wide range of applications, such as air-photography, mapping, monitoring, exploration works, territory surveillance, as well as due to their low price.

Attendance of a training course at Flight School for Young Pilots will help take the first step in a promising occupation that is in high demand both in the commercial and in the public spheres. It is commonly known that a good pilot should be trained since a young age.

Teenagers will learn the foundations of flight science and elements of radio remote control systems and their operating principles; they will be taught to develop their interests in technical sports, will acquire such abilities as discipline, responsibility, commitment to result and will become confident copter operators.

Copters or drones (derived from an English term drone aircraft, meaning an unmanned aerial vehicle) are small, light-weight pieces of vehicle, equipped with a camera and used for shooting videos in the air.

 

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