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TNUAC plans to equip state villages with drone units in next 3 years

The Tamil Nadu Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Corporation (TNUAVC) will train drone aviators in the state to equip all townlets in the state with drone units in the coming three times.

Chennai, May 18 (IANS) The Tamil Nadu Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Corporation (TNUAVC) will train drone aviators in the state to equip all townlets in the state with drone units in the coming three times.
This plan, according to the TNUAVC will equip all the townlets in the state with agrarian purposes including spraying of fungicide, land check, mining, disaster operation, monitoring of workshop and profit among others.

TNUAVC which was constituted in 2021, January has trained 200 drone aviators and is in the process of training 600 drone aviators in the coming days.
The agency that’s positioned within the Anna University lot expects the design to equip all the townlets of the state with drone units.

The TNUVAC is also in the process of overlooking with companies Athat are into drone manufacturing that will help the trained drone aviators easy access to drones at subsidized rates.
Sources in the TNUVAC told IANS that with drones being utilised for husbandry purposes, the possibility of further subventions from the Union Government is high.

It’s to be noted that the Central government is aggressively fastening on the drone assiduity and the operation of drones in husbandry and has brought in several schemes for promoting drones in Indian townlets.
The TNUVAC is also in the process of creating mindfulness among the growers of Tamil Nadu on the advantages of using drones for scattering fungicides and other husbandry purposes.

The state is also planning to introduce new courses by drone technology to train professionals in the conservation and form of drones.
According to DGCA morals, a license is needed to fly ever piloted aircraft systems in the country and the Anna University has a centre to train drone aviators.

The state government is awaiting that in due course of time, the use of drone technology will help do down with several issues pertaining to husbandry including pest attacks and lack of scattering of fertilisers and the state expects to equip all the townlets in the state with drone technology.

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