This course teaches a student in helping farmers and forestry professionals, through a cloud-based system, remote sensing to monitor and manage their crops throughout the entire growing season. By creating
visualized, user-friendly, geo-referenced field maps, you will analyze and provide a full range of crop monitoring stats which includes, stand count, plant disease, population and stress analysis, weed and pest analysis, water stress analysis, flowering estimator, and Eagle Eye. This allows for immediate decisions that contribute to increasing productivity and more efficient utilization of resources, with a significant reduction in production costs and risks.

20 clock hours (4 consecutive days at 5 hours/day)-Total tuition-$3,850
20 clock hours(4 weeks at 5 hours/week)- Total tuition-$3,850
DWS Drone School (DWS), will provide training in plant counting, plant analyses, and remote sensing technology, using small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) in the Agricultural and Forestry industries. In this course, students will gain knowledge and skills on how to provide professional drone services and precise analytics to Agricultural producers in the areas of stand count, plant population, plant stress analysis, weed analysis, pest analysis, plant disease analysis, water stress analysis, flowering estimates and Eagle eye. Requirements: Must have FAA certified commercial Part 107 license to take this course, no dirty urine, (we have the right to perform a substance test at any time).

DWS Drone School Supporting Documents attached


Delaware Class Location:
920 Justison Street – Riverfront
Wilmington, Delaware 19801

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