What is it?

A modular, free training by the University of Oulu, Oulu University of Applied Sciences and Centria University of Applied Sciences. The participants learn the skills of a professional drone pilot.

Flying a drone for a living?

Finnish industry and research groups have a great demand for professional drone pilots. Drones have applications in various industries like waste management, energy sector, smart traffic and construction. Professional drone piloting is a complex profession and at least a bachelor’s degree level of technical understanding is required.

For a drone pilot to be successful, he needs to understand different camera and measurement devices and be capable of analyzing the data they produce. Additionally, the pilot must know the legislation related to drones.

For whom?

Dronemaster is the right course for you if you have a hobby, study or work background in technology and an interest in drones.

Why choose Dronemaster?

The University of Oulu, Oulu University of Applied Sciences and Centria University of Applied Sciences have a broad experience in technical training and research. They can create a comprehensive and practical training.

Who are the instructors?

The instructors consist of the staff of the participating organizations.

What will you learn on the course?

After the training you can fly a drone in an industrial or a research setting. You have the skills for quick reactions in any situation that you can face on the flight missions.


The course will be taught online.


Autumn 2021.

How can I join?

Sign-up instructions will be published later. As prior information requirement you need to pass Traficom online theoretical knowledge examination https://www.droneinfo.fi/en/online-theoretical-knowledge-examination-subcategories-a1-and-a3


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