Mining industry is a very huge and involves large amount of land with heavy machinery and explosives. It is one of the most dangerous industries. Accidents in such places have already taken many lives.

Hazards such as rock fall, gas leaks, dust explosions and floods occur and cause a lot of life loss. To avoid such fatalities drones can be replaced in place of people. Drones can be operated even in places where people cannot go such as deep shafts.

Drones likewise increment the effectiveness and exactness of the work, planning, investigation, information examination can be utilized for store the board, haulage street improvement, tailings dam the executives and so forth. Learning how to operate a drone safely and effectively becomes very important in such conditions.



  • Introduction
  • Regulations of DGCA
  • Permissions and Digital sky
  • Commercial Operations
  • Drone Equipment
  • Different types of Drones
  • Gimbal Balancing
  • Analysis and Evaluation of Data
  • Performing Volumetric Calculations
  • Cut, Fill, and Volumetric Measurement Calculation
  • Lowest Point and Best Fit Base Planes
  • Relative vs. Absolute Accuracy
  • Project Accuracy Requirements
  • Survey-Grade Accuracy
  • Techniques to Improve Map Accuracy
  • Utilizing Pre-flight Checklists
  • Determining Airspace Requirements
  • Evaluating Forecast Weather
  • Performing a Site Evaluation
  • Checking State & Local Regulations
  • Flight Hazards
  • Obstacle Manoeuvre
  • Common Drone Emergencies
  • Recommended Emergency Responses
  • Types of Imagery Products
  • Areas of Focus
  • Manual Flight Profiles
  • Common Manual Images
  • Determining the Image List
  • Sample Image Lists
  • Environmental Impacts
  • Image Framing
  • Common Camera Settings
  • Speciality Camera Settings
  • Fundamentals
  • Types of Thermal Payloads
  • Types of Thermal Inspections
  • Take off and landing
  • Tracking
  • Orbiting
  • Pan Angles
  • Tilt Angles
  • Fly by
  • Sliding
  • S – Turns
  • Flyover
  • Bird’s Eye View
  • Fly Through
  • Soft Landing
  • Precautions and Safety

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