This class is for arborists, foresters and landscapers and anyone working at heights.
Drones—or Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPAs)—will soon become key tools for the tree care industry. Why? One look at a live feed from a RPA hovering over a tree and it’s easy to understand the value that a RPA can bring to tree care operations, at a fraction of the cost of traditional equipment. Rapid improvements in optics, miniaturization, technology and improved materials are making drones smaller, easier to operate, more affordable and more useful. But are they right for your tree care business or operation? We’ll explore whether RPAs can fit into your operation and assist in residential, commercial or municipal jobs.
Falling limbs - 'widow makers' have long been a danger to the community. In a recent tragedy in Bendigo - the Coroner recommended more thorough inspections - see http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-09-10/victorian-coroner-clears-bendigo-council-death-four-year-old/6765854
We will give you a comprehensive understanding of your responsibilities as a drone operator, and teach you how to safely plan and fly them. You will also see the range of commercial opportunities there are with RPA technology.
Duration: 3 Hours
- Comprehensive understanding of your responsibilities as a drone operator.
- Drone selection for arborist applications.
- Basic photography and autonomous functions to get the best results
- Plain language instruction on how to safely fly a drone
- Class notes
- Plenty of flying time with the Phantom range of drones
- Your own drone if you have one
Suitable for beginning drone users, farmers and contractors.
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With its headquarters in Western Victoria - we seek to provide opportunities for people living regionally to be part of exciting workshops and classes that typically might not be available. We also seek to give people from cities and regional centres an opportunity to see some amazing places while growing a new skill.
Many of our classes are based at the Hamilton Insititute of Rural Learning (HIRL). HIRL is an amazing venue spread across 15 acres and bordering a 100 acre Eastern Barred Bandicoot recovery enclosure. It is the perfect place to connect in community and learn together. http://www.hirl.org.au/
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