Drone startup DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations has recently announced a significant milestone, securing a major service order from the Adani Group. This order entails providing DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) certified drone pilot training, marking a pivotal advancement in the integration of drone technology within large-scale enterprises.

The training aims to bolster mapping, monitoring, and inspection capabilities across Adani’s expansive operations, spanning energy, infrastructure, logistics, resources, and agribusiness sectors. The collaboration between DroneAcharya and the Adani Group stands as a significant endorsement for the utilization of drones across diverse operational domains.

Founder and Managing Director of DroneAcharya, Prateek Srivastava, remarked, “The adoption of drones by a prominent entity like Adani signifies a substantial leap forward and serves as a catalyst for similar organizations to embrace this innovative technology.” Anticipated to facilitate broader adoption, this partnership is poised to revolutionize the integration of drone technology across various industries.

DroneAcharya’s training program encompasses a comprehensive curriculum, covering DGCA regulations, emergency procedures, simulator training, and practical drone flying exercises. The startup emphasizes that the extensive training equips participants with the requisite skills and knowledge to effectively operate drones for diverse applications such as volume estimation, asset inspection, and surveillance.