TRAINING

DRONER PILOT TRAINING IN COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS - THEORY AND PRACTICE (20 hours)

OBJECTIVE: To develop skills and abilities in the operation of drones for professional use and to understand everything that is necessary to carry out professional work with high added value in a legal and safe way, minimizing the risks to the aircraft, the environment and people involved in its operation.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Professionals and students with operational, technical or engineering knowledge (electrical, mechanical or civil, among others) focused on operation and maintenance in the Oil and Gas (onshore / offshore), Naval, Petrochemical, Energy ( transport and hydraulic, wind or solar generation), Telecommunications, Mining, Bridges, Viaducts, Buildings, and Manufacturing Facilities.

PROGRAM CONTENT 20 h

Topic 1 - REGULATION

Presentation of regulations regarding the use of drones published by the main regulatory bodies, such as the National Telecommunications Agency, ANAC, DECEA, Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Labor (NRs 33, 35 and 37), CREA.

Guidance and practice for aircraft registration on the ANATEL, ANAC, and DECEA website.

Topic 2 - AERONAUTICAL KNOWLEDGE IN DRONES APPLICATIONS

Introduction to Technical Knowledge and Theory of Drone Flight (RPAS), Meteorology, Safety, and Operational Risk Assessment.

Topic 3 - PRACTICAL PILOTAGE CLASS - DJI

Flight simulator

Topic 4 - PRACTICAL PILOTAGE CLASS - DJI

Field class: Mission planning, Telemetry reading, Camera settings, Basic commands. Operation with and without GPS.

Topic 5 - PRACTICAL PILOTAGE CLASS - DJI

Applications for automated flight and use of basic functions in automated flight.

Topic 6 - INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE VISUAL INSPECTION BY RPA - AIRCRAFT AND SENSORS (PAYLOADS).

Presentation of the best equipment, drones, and RGB and Thermal sensors, focusing on industrial inspections and support to fire fighting, its specifications, and features.

Industries: Oil and Gas (onshore / offshore), Naval, Pipelines, Petrochemical, Confined spaces, Energy (dams, generation, transmission and distribution, wind and photovoltaic parks), Telecommunications, Mining, Bridges, Viaducts and Buildings and Manufacturing facilities)

Topics 7 - Custom Special (Consult our team).

DRONE REMOTE VISUAL INSPECTION TRAINING - FROM PLANNING TO EXECUTION

PREREQUISITE: Having completed the BASIC RPA INSPECTION MODULE or proving previous knowledge of RPA regulation and piloting.

OBJECTIVE: To train industry professionals and service providers to plan a remote visual inspection operation by drone (choice of aircraft and payload), in confined spaces or open areas, in compliance with classified areas, official regulations, and official safety standards and the contractor. Train the operation of Drones in the industrial environment and close to infrastructures with a moderate degree of complexity. Collect images and organize them in order to develop an inspection report. Monitor critical activities such as safety in works/services, maintenance stops disaster management, and assistance in fighting fires.

OBS .: organization and treatment of images with the objective of developing inspection report (in accordance with NBR 13.752 / 96 and IBAPE NA 2012, among others), the use of web and Artificial Intelligence platforms to record anomalies and share of results in the context of Industria 4.0 and its relationship with the ISO 55,000 standard will be addressed in a course to be launched next.

PROGRAM CONTENT 20 h

Topic 7 - FLIGHT PLANNING FOR HEIGHT INSPECTIONS AND CONFINED SPACES

Definition of inspection scope in height and confined spaces in industrial installations.

Operation planning, the definition of aircraft/payload set in compliance with NBR NM 315: 2017, NBR 15572: 2013, among others.

Planning inspection missions for manual and automated flights with image overlay for 3D model generation.

Risk analysis in compliance with classified areas, official regulations, and contractor's safety standards.

Topic 8 - PILOTAGE PRACTICE IN INDUSTRIAL INSPECTIONS

The practice of manual piloting in Industrial inspection. - Operate Drones in the industrial environment and close to infrastructure.

Topic 9 - PILOTAGE PRACTICE IN INDUSTRIAL INSPECTIONS

Automated piloting practice in Industrial inspection. Define and execute automated flight strategy in an industrial environment and close to infrastructures.

Topic 10 - PILOTAGE PRACTICE FOR MONITORING AND SUPPORTING CRITICAL ACTIVITIES

The practice of manual piloting to aid the coordination of safety activities in works/services, maintenance stops, disasters, and assistance in fighting fires. Support and communication team sizing.

TRAINING IN MAPPING AND MODELING WITH Pix4D FOR BIM AND INDUSTRY 4.0

Train professionals and students in aerophotogrammetric processing with Pix4D for mapping and 3D modeling for various applications, such as Urban and Rural Cadastre.

PROGRAM CONTENT 30h

Module 1 - PRACTICAL LEARN HOW TO USE Pix4D

Pix4D practice, basic concepts of modern digital photogrammetry; Computer vision techniques. Use of tools and cloud services. Use of Raycloud. Exercises of aerial image sets of drones with RTK and generation of the Point Cloud. Merger of projects. Advanced Topics and Analysis and Interpretation of the Quality Report.

Module 2 - LET'S GO FURTHER WITH Pix4Dmapper

Meanings of control points, quality and accuracy of an image project with VANTS, the Pix4Dmapper workflow, advanced use of Pix4Dmapper software to improve quality, vectorization and export to a GIS.

 

Module 3 - GENERATION OF AEROPHOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS

Execution of 5 different projects to prepare for the Certification Exam. Familiarizing yourself with the Mosaic Editor tool. Understand the effects of images on the mosaic. Differences between MDS and MDT and the products we can extract. Obtain Level Curves and export data.

 

INSTRUCTOR

Emanule Traversari - Cartographic engineer. Specialized in Swiss SSPO photogrammetry. Specialized in GIS and ITC Remote Sensing Netherlands. Technical engineer at Leica Geossystems Switzerland. International Geospatial Technology Consultant focused on photogrammetry and Drones (VANTS). Consulting and training in aerophotogramentry by Drones. Official Pix4D Certified Trainer for Brazil and Pix4D World Brand Ambassador.

We are a family owned and operated business.

INVESTMENT

Normal Value - R $ 2,100.00

CREA-BA / CAU-BA - R $ 1,950.00

Partner Associates - R $ 1,800.00

AIR TRAFFIC REGULATION FOR REMOTE PILOTED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (RPAS)

The purpose of this course is to enable the remote pilot to access Brazilian airspace with remotely piloted aircraft (RPAS), an activity regulated by ICA 100-40 from DECEA and by the recently launched RBAC-E n ° 94, in an integrated way with the Air Rules ICA 100-12 and the Air Traffic Service ICA 100-37.

In this way, operationally and technically allowing the safe integration of RPAS into airspace for flights below 400ft, or even above 400ft or flights beyond the pilot's line of sight (BVOLS), by accommodating this technology, through the establishment of operational constraints, or issuance of specific NOTAM.

The following topics will be covered:

Introduction

Aeronautical Authorities

Aerodromes and Airports

Aircraft and Remote Pilot Requirements

Air Rules

RPA Air Access Rules

Visual Flight Rules

Air Traffic Service

Aerodrome Control Service (TWR)

Approach Control Service (APP)

Area Control Service (ACC)

Phraseology

Flight plan

Aeronautical Information Service (AIS)

EAD Course - The course was programmed for a total of at least 20 (twenty) hours of study, not counting the access to complimentary content (articles, tutorials, webinars, etc.). The deadline for completion is 3 (three) months after enrollment.

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