A university in Wuhan is popular for offering UAV training courses free of charge. The number of applicants is full
Changjiang, December 14 (I, Wuchang Institute of technology, Li Zhangge, Liu Mingyang). UAV, as an emerging thing, has a wide range of application fields, and the relevant training courses are also popular with college students. Recently, the "FEIBA" UAV Club of Wuchang Institute of Technology launched a free UAV training course in the innovation and entrepreneurship building of the University, and more than 150 students signed up in just one day. Because the number of trainees is full, one third of the students regret to lose the election and can only wait for the next UAV training course
it is reported that the school's "FEIBA" UAV club was founded in September 2015 to vigorously promote the integration of compounding and high-end depth. At present, it is composed of 11 professional pilots, with more than 50 UAVs worth about 200000, all of which were purchased through the club's professional pilots' accumulation of funds for aerial photography and competitions outside. The UAV training course held this time lasts for more than one month and has five classes. The instructors specially invited by the society will carry out professional knowledge training, and the members of the club will also participate in some lectures. In order to maximize the benefits of students, the training adopts batch teaching, and students can choose the time of class according to their own time. The club training uses the teaching mode of combining theory with practice, so that students can better learn the principle and operation mode of UAV system
the number of students who signed up for the UAV course training was full. Li Junjie, a classmate of intelligent 1701 in the school, told, "I have never been in contact with UAVs and have always been longing to learn about UAVs. I often see others manipulating UAVs on university campuses and I also want to experience them."
learned that the theory of UAV training course has been introduced in depth from the aspects of UAV introduction, practical application, industry control and so on. Taking the Dajiang spirit 4pro UAV as an example, the basic structure and flight control principle of the UAV are explained in detail, focusing on the development of nano materials for medical imaging and diagnosis, rare earth scintillation crystals and industrialization technology of high-performance detector devices, key operating points, GPS system, etc. In terms of practical operation, at first, simulators were installed on computers to simulate flight. During take-off and landing, "crash" events occurred from time to time, but as the operation became more and more skilled, everyone gradually mastered the essentials of flight, from "unable to fly" to "able to fly"
"in the future courses, we will arrange actual flights and give the real UAV remote control to the students." Zhao Yihan, a member of the club, said that because he was optimistic about the future development of drones, the free training course for drones would continue to be held. He also hoped that more students who were really interested in drones could enter the world of drones, understand drones, and let drones "fly" at will under their own control
I learned that after each class, students will be asked to fill in the course evaluation. It is a pulsating periodic table, and students can evaluate the teaching effect, "The explanation was very detailed, and I'm afraid we can't see the specific demonstration operation clearly. I specially use the wireless transmission screen to enlarge the demonstration, that is, a class is only two hours. I feel that the time has passed. Maybe it's too fast to implement the scratch experiment this time, and I hope the future courses can be extended for a period of time." Chen Shi, a student of marketing class 1701 in the school, wrote on the course evaluation form
Yang Rui, the instructor of the UAV club, said: "Many people want to go and are willing to learn about drones, which means that our college students have great interest in scientific research. Only when they are interested can they have enthusiasm and motivation. Drones are a relatively high-end technology, and it is certainly impossible without foundation, so they need to be trained. The club offers such free courses to let more students learn about drones, which is commendable. I personally think this pair of Students' future scientific research development will be of some help. "Editor in charge: Wang Chong
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