Using Your

Farm Drone

A hands-on training course that will teach you how to unlock the power of your DJI drone as a useful farm tool.

Use your drone for more than just pretty pictures

Our 6000 acre family farm estate provides the ideal base for our farm drone training courses, providing the opportunity for you to witness and learn what your drone can do for you in actual farm scenarios.
This is a 2 day course built by a team of drone experts and farmers, and based on using drones on a working farm. The course is led by a drone expert with over 10 years experience, with input from farmers and agronomists.

LANTRA

Certified Course

Farm Training

BASIS

Earn 12 CPD Points

NRoSO

Earn 2 CPD Points

Handbook

Containing fully written-up farm drone training course material, no need for notes!

Presentation

Each module is introduced in the classroom before heading to the field.

Hands-On

1 to 1 hands-on drone training in a real farm environment.

Don’t own a drone? We’ll provide one!

Lunch

Lunch and refreshments throughout the two days. Very important.

What They’re Saying

A very informative and useful course for anyone interested in using a UAV in agriculture. It really highlighted what can be achieved from the air giving a new perspective to crop management by adding multiple layers of useful data even with the simplest camera attached.

Simon HartleyFred Hartley Estates Ltd

The DroneAG drone flying course that I have just completed was both enjoyable and highly informative. The whole DroneAG team are very knowledgeable in their field and I now feel well prepared to start mapping my farm from the air.

Chris BealbyFarmer

Jack and his team were brilliant across both days. Created a relaxed atmosphere which made for a great learning environment. Will definitely use drone ag again for further upskilling.

Neville FoxFox Contract Services

Finally a training programme that covers detailed information on Drone Farming. Informative and in-depth. The team at droneag offer a great service.

David CollinsJolt-Media

The course content was perfect for my situation, although i’m not a farmer it was very useful for my plant protection background. Jack our teacher was very knowledgeable and had some useful opinions as did the other course participants.

Very good and well presented course that has furthered my knowledge on using my drone for the farm and not just for photography.

Great course that has really helped my understanding of how drones can be used for agriculture. The booklet you get given is brilliant and will help me to carry on using my drone after the course has ended.

Modules:

 

Day One

  1. Drone Basics – We’ll go over a few safety tips and best practices to keep your drone (and yourself) in one piece.
  2. Mapping – Automating drone flight can provide a high resolution map of a chosen area with a lot more detail than a single photo.
  3. Analysis – Processing and analysis and export of captured imagery to make decisions and send the results to where they are needed.

Day Two

  1. Measurement Tools – Length, Area and Elevation opens up many applications where drone data can be useful on the farm.
  2. Case Studies – Examples of drone use including Insurance claims, RPA/CS applications and Flood management.
  3. Livestock Monitoring – Using drone systems to be more efficient looking livestock.

Northumberland

January

15th - 16th

February

12th - 13th

March

12th - 13th

Norfolk

January

29th - 30th

February

27th - 28th

Book: Farm Drone Training

From: £500.00 ex Vat

Book your course now to secure a place

 

LANTRA certified, BASIS and NRoSO course.

2 day course, up to 6 people per course.

We offer a 5 bedroom cottage in Northumberland. This is booked on a first-come, first-served basis and is exclusive to your company/booking. See the cottage.

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