Ibama trains remote pilots in Rio Grande do Sul to use DJI M300 RTK drones

Ibama trains remote pilots in Rio Grande do Sul to use DJI M300 RTK drones
Ibama trains remote pilots in Rio Grande do Sul to use DJI M300 RTK drones
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The Brazilian Institute for the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (Ibama) concluded, in March 2024, the remote pilot leveling in the states of Rio Grande do SulTocantins and Santa Catarina for the operation of the DJI M300 RTK drone.

Photo: Ibama Communications Office / Porto Alegre 24 hours

The process included Ground School and adaptation flights, as part of the Knowledge Trail in Remote Piloting. There were 13 remote pilots levels, with emphasis on the training carried out in the Rio Grande do Sul.

Although Ibama’s Remote Pilot Training Course (CFPR) does not address details of M300 RTKwidely used by the local authority, an adaptation for the operation of this model is essential.

Since 2023, the Air Operations Coordination (Coaer), through the Remotely Piloted Aircraft Center (Nuarp), has intensified efforts to carry out leveling throughout Brazil, expanding training to more remote pilots in several states, including Rio Grande do Sul.

With information from Ibama’s Communications Office.

The article is in Portuguese

Tags: Ibama trains remote pilots Rio Grande Sul DJI M300 RTK drones

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