The course, split into 3 section, aims to give researchers the specialist knowledge and understanding to effectively use UAS as a support asset to their research. The first part of the course focuses on the theoretical knowledge and assumes the audience doesn’t have an aeronautical/aerospace background; it covers aircraft types, aerodynamics, and avionics. The second part of the course is a practical approach and covers UAS specific systems and systems integration: Sensors, datalink, flight control systems, flight dynamics, aircraft handling. The last part of the course is also practical and focuses on the operations and deployment of the system and covers field equipment, check list, health and safety considerations and includes Fixed-wing and multi-rotor flying sessions.
For those interested in pursuing permission for aerial work, we offer a 2 day extension to the course where an National Qualified Entity will come in and provide further training and assessments to qualify for PFAW.
For Enquiries or to book the course contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Venue: School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, The University of Manchester
- Date: 26 - 28 September 2016 or 26 - 30 September 2016
- For general inquiry, registration and technical content: Khristopher Kabbabe, email: email@example.com
This course will provide an introductory training for practicing engineers, consultants, researchers and research students, who want to know, or operate, Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
The course will be also suitable to researchers and practicing engineers from any field or industry.