The popular drone maker from China, DJI has officially opened a 1395 square meters/15016 square feet training arena in South Korea. The facility has an array of obstacle courses and education areas to help new flyers train.

In addition to individual and group training for business, schools, and adults, they will also have an academy for kids between the age of 8 to 16.

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According to DJI, their training will ‘make aerial technology more accessible, reliable and easier to use for anyone who wants to use it’ and will ‘play an important role in building a healthy UAV ecosystem in Korea.’

Those enrolled in the education academy program, drones will be provided by the DJI arena, while others will need to bring their own drones.

Where is it?

The DJI academy is located in Yongin, which is 20 mules south of Seoul.

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How much does it cost?

Members of the public can book 3 hour sessions for as little as $13.50 per session.

It’s interesting to see how far drones have come so quickly. We now have education academies to teach drone flying, and by none other than DJI, the China brand drone maker.

 

DJI opens drone training academy in South Korea http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/drone2-450x300.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/drone2-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons Tech
The popular drone maker from China, DJI has officially opened a 1395 square meters/15016 square feet training arena in South Korea. The facility has an array of obstacle courses and education areas to help new flyers train. In addition to individual and group training for business, schools, and adults, they...
The popular drone maker from China, DJI has officially opened a 1395 square meters/15016 square feet training arena in South Korea. The facility has an array of obstacle courses and education areas to help new flyers train.<span id="more-10717"></span> In addition to individual and group training for business, schools, and adults, they will also have an academy for kids between the age of 8 to 16. <img class="aligncenter wp-image-10718 size-full" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/drone1.jpg" alt="drone1" width="590" height="393" /> According to DJI, their training will ‘make aerial technology more accessible, reliable and easier to use for anyone who wants to use it’ and will ‘play an important role in building a healthy UAV ecosystem in Korea.’ Those enrolled in the education academy program, drones will be provided by the DJI arena, while others will need to bring their own drones. <h3>Where is it?</h3> The DJI academy is located in Yongin, which is 20 mules south of Seoul. <img class="aligncenter wp-image-10719 size-full" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/drone2.jpg" alt="drone2" width="590" height="393" /> <h3>How much does it cost?</h3> Members of the public can book 3 hour sessions for as little as $13.50 per session. It's interesting to see how far drones have come so quickly. We now have education academies to teach drone flying, and by none other than DJI, the China brand drone maker.  

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