Delta Drone spreads into Namibia
Multi-national drones-as-a-service provider, Delta Drone International has opened a training facility in Namibia, where it says it will now be able to deliver advanced drone operations training for enterprise companies.
Training courses were designed by Drone Safety & Legal, which is the training subsidiary of Delta Drone International, and they will help enterprise drone operators with an intermediate understanding of aerial data capture, “to gain deeper insights into the magnitude of ways advanced drone use and its associated services can add value to their operations,” the company said in a statement.
“Training courses are tailored to each enterprise and generally run for between five and 21 days. They cover all facets of drone program operation, from advanced drone capabilities, data platform integration, administration, servicing, safety and compliance.”
Usually, the training is held on location at the premises of companies that need it, but in the initial days, Delta Drone says it will hold courses remotely because of the ongoing pandemic situation.
“The Courses often help confirm a desired scope of services and enterprise needs to outsource to Delta Drone International, or ways to optimise their current in-house drone operations,” the company said. “DSL had typically conducted fifteen enterprise courses each year, but with the advent of remote learning is now looking to expand its offering.
Delta Drone International CEO, Christopher Clark, hailed the new development, saying his company was working hard to equip enterprise drone users with the best operational, compliance and safety standards.
“With our expertise across drone operations, software development and drone program management, we are in a unique position to create courses that not only educate inhouse drone operators on the innovative ways drones can be used to improve business operations, but also consult on industry-best practice,” Clark said.
“Drone data services are increasingly becoming an integral part of the agriculture, mining and engineering sectors, in creating much faster and credible data analysis. Using our expertise in the areas of aerial surveying and mapping, industrial inspections and precision farming, we look forward to contributing to the long-term career paths of drone pilots within these sectors.
“The ability of our training business to pivot to a remote learning delivery due to COVID-19 is testament to our skilled workforce and the flexibility of our drones-as-a-service model, and it also highlights the continued high level of demand for our training services.”
A growing international drone services provider, due to its merger with other reputable drone-based solutions providers all over the world, Delta Drone International offers drone-based data service and technology solutions for the mining, agricultural and engineering industries.
It also provides aerial surveying and mapping, security and surveillance, and blast monitoring and fragment analysis through a fully-outsourced service with artificial intelligence and fast data turnaround software solutions.