Training for the operation of drones

What good is the best and most expensive drone if you don't know how to handle it.

Learning how to work with the drone

Even though flying a drone nowadays does not require any special skills on the part of the drone pilot, one neither can nor should approach drone flying without any knowledge. Above all, one should know which things and circumstances require special attention. No matter how different the operational scenarios may be in practice, with our drone mission training you can advance yourself or your entire task force. 

In order to learn the practical and at the same time professional handling of the drone and the equipment, as well as how to fly safely, we offer practical mission training for our own UAVs and also for those of other manufacturers. No matter whether you are a single professional user or a multi-member task force dealing with drones - we can provide a tailor-made training for you as an individual or your entire task force.

We plan and organize trainings for emergency forces or UAS teams of police, fire brigade, THW and other authorities, surveillance service providers, as well as for the use of drones for building inspection, solar system inspection, agriculture and much more.

Our operational training courses comprise a theoretical part and a practical part of drone training. The focus of our training courses is on the use of drones in practice. 

Multiplier training is also part of our program. This special type of drone training usually takes at least 4 to 5 days. Multiplier training is a proven means to enable the participants of this training to carry out drone training themselves. This training is the best choice if a larger number of drone users are to be trained, but this is not easily feasible due to cost and logistics reasons. 

Contact us if you are interested in our trainings

Note on the legal situation

Permission-free flying or not

In terms of content, German aviation law distinguishes between "flight models" and "UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems)", i.e. unmanned aerial systems. The often used, colloquial term "drone" is not considered in aviation law. The aircraft on which a situation is based can initially be either a model aircraft or a UAS.

Only the intended use makes the decisive difference and determines the classification.