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New Delhi – Awareness Workshop on Drone Technology

Johnnette Technologies Private Limited had organized an Awareness Workshop on Drone Technology, on 30th November 2019 at Institute
for Industrial Development (IID), an incubator with Government of India, Ministry of Micro, small and medium Enterprises and with department of start-up., Gandhi Darshan, Rajghat, New Delhi.

Our Founder CEO & Product Architect Lt Cdr John Livingstone (Retd.) had an interactive session on Drone Technology and Career prospects in the drone industry, with the audience which comprised of budding entrepreneurs who have immense interest in this technology. This workshop gave them an insight on drone technology and different prospects that the Drone industry offers. The main agenda of this workshop was to bring awareness on Different kinds of Drone technologies and about the applications of Drones in various industries. There was a display of Drones for the audience. The Drones on display were JF-2, a fixed-wing Drone designed to be rugged and usable in any terrain and JR-3, a Multi-Rotor Drone designed to boost the quality, efficiency and safety of your data collection, which were manufactured by Johnnette Technologies Pvt Ltd.

About the Organization:

Johnnette Technologies Pvt Ltd. is a pioneer in the development of Unmanned Systems Technology in India. The company was started in April 2010 and since then the company has been providing cutting edge high-quality aerospace systems to the paramilitary, commercial,
aerospace and defence sectors. Johnnette Technologies was awarded the Best Technology Product Startup of the Year at SEDI Awards 2015, awarded best product of the year at ipf excellence awards 2017 and also awarded best top 200 msme India at skoch order-of-merit awards 2019. The training wing of Johnnette Technologies Private Limited, Indian Institute of
drones (IID) is a registered non-profit organization under the educational trust acts India with Uttar Pradesh Government. The institute has already trained more than 1400+ drone pilots.

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