Deakin Warrnambool launches intensive course to help drone users do more with data
Original article by Gus McCubbing
A mosquito-like buzzing sound has filled Deakin's Warrnambool Campus this week as students engaged in a new course involving drones.
The five-day intensive unit, taken up by 22 Deakin students from Warrnambool, Burwood and Geelong, is teaching the basics in flying drones (also known as unmanned aerial vehicles) and, more importantly, how to use the data they collect.
Deakin students from Warrnambool, Geelong and Burwood are spending a week learning to fly drones and use data collected.
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