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UAS Ground Control Station

UAS Ground Control Station

Course Information

As the time passes, endeavours are putting persistently by the makers, to lessen the operator's outstanding task at hand just as to improve the capacities of the GCS dealing with different UAVS. In present day UAVS, propelled highlights, for example, speech recognition, text to speech synthesis or sound alerting has been interlinked with GCS software to expand the association channels between the operators and the GCS, to lessen the outstanding burden.
The purpose of this course is to refine out the requirements and terminologies of the Ground control station (GCS) of UAVs, related to both civil and military cosmos.

To form out the Ground control station (GCS), require to produce layout images in our mind as per our situational requirements of the UAV.  The topics selected under this course by the industry experts are sufficient enough to elaborate the functional and operational requirements of the GCS, assists the operator during the mission planning and controlling.   

  • GCS Requirements & Terminologies
  • Mission Planning & Controlling
  • GCS Design Aspects
  • Real Time GCS Making


  • The Minimum eligibility to join the course:
  • AME/Aeronautical Engineering/Aerospace Engineering/EEE/ECE/CS
  • Non-Aviation/Aviation Person
Textbooks and Supplementary Materials
  • UAS Directory
  • Elements of UAS, Hand Book (Optional)
  • Booklets
  • CD (PPT, Application Based Videos and Books)
  • DPPS

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About Company

VAU TECHNOVATIONS LTD, enter into the Unmanned Aviation cosmos as a UAS Manufacturer company, based in India.

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