CM Trivendra inaugurates India Drone Festival, 1500 schools include 2 lakh children

India Drone Festival

CM said – Youth should play an important role by using new techniques

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat inaugurated India Drone Festival-2.0 at IT Park today. 1500 schools and about two lakh children from 13 districts of the state have participated in the program.

CM Trivendra said that Uttarakhand state has made a lot of progress in this area in a very short time with the cooperation of NTRO. In today’s technological age, drones can have multifaceted use. In mountainous states like Uttarakhand, the utility of drones has increased. Drones can play an important role in emergency health services and situations like natural disasters.

You can give new direction to your life by using this technique. He said that participation of youth in such programs is necessary. The country’s first drone application training center and research laboratory was established in Dehradun. By using such new techniques, youth can play an important role in the progress of their country and state. Youths will also get employment opportunities with drones and related technical education.

My government portal was also launched
On this occasion, the Chief Minister also launched the My Government Portal ( of Uttarakhand. Through this portal, any person can directly contact the government and give their suggestions on any subject.

The Chief Minister also released the GIS-based drone mapper software ‘DARC MAPPER’. The software, developed through the Drone Application Center, can be used to capture photos, create 3D models and perform data analysis.

Mayor Sunil Uniyal Gama, MLA Ganesh Joshi, Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh, Director General of Police Anil Raturi, Surveyor General of India Lieutenant General Girish Kumar, Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi, Secretary IT RK Sudhanshu and Director ITDA Amit Sinha were also present on the occasion.


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