AGRAGAMI VSM MODEL AERONAUTICS FLIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM
It is one and only RC institute first time in India which is going to provide the students on campus flight training facility. Students can come, stay and pursue their flight training from well experienced RC fliers.
They can master their controls by using our hi-tech simulator facility & flight schedule, which involve 26 hr of simulator flight practice and 32 real flights at open ground.
At the end of the training program we can give you full assurance that you can diagnose confidently every attitude and orientation of an airplane at every moment of your flying.
The main advantages in training with us: we use our own equipment for training, and we have the lowest training fees. That means the students do not have to invest on their own airplane or equipment to get trained. The students can learn flying without investing on equipment. Of course, if they already have their own airplane and gear, training may still be imparted on their equipment, if they wish so.
Our charges are the lowest in Bangalore, and we are able to offer such low rates, despite our high experience, mainly because we, unlike others, are focused primarily on flying training. As a result of the volume of students we get, we are able to keep costs under check.
Our experience and professionalism allow us to adapt to any student. Our training curriculum is not rigid; rather, we tailor it to the needs and pace of our students, such that in 6 days, extendable up to 2 days with no extra cost, students can comfortably and confidently pick up the art & science of flying RC models.
In addition, students fly with buddy boxes, which allow students to push the aircraft to its limits, without having to worry about a crash. If a wrong maneuver executed, the instructor, who has the master transmitter, overrides the student's inputs, making timely corrections. In this way, the student can focus on flying and not to be bothered about plying the aircraft to the ground.
Student will be trained how to operate the controls of the airplane. Initially they will be introduced to the attitude of the flying object and the controls as pitch, yaw, and roll of an aircraft. To fly an aircraft very specific skills are required which are going to be developed by providing simulator training. At the time of simulator session they are going to experience various flight conditions. This can be created in the simulator virtually which is very similar to real flight condition. They will learn how to operate and steer the vehicle at practical situation like (Head wind, wind gust, cross wind etc.) .They will learn how to give different channel (each channel is use for individual control surface out of which one is throttle) input in their radio controller accurately to the servos and throttle channel for the receiver. They will learn about trim adjustment, stick calibration, different functional set-up of transmitter and various electrical components (receiver, ESC, battery, servos, extensions, ebec etc.). Students will be taken to ground when they are performing well in simulator.
The RC flying training program is categorized as the following types:
- RC FLYING(ELECTRIC PLANE)-Normal Flying- GRADE-1
- RC FLYING(ELECTRIC PLANE)-Aerobatic Flying- GRADE-2
- RC FLYING(ELECTRIC PLANE)-3D Flying- GRADE-3
- RC FLYING(ENGINE PLANE)-Normal Flying- GRADE-1
- RC FLYING(ENGINE PLANE)-Aerobatic Flying- GRADE-2
- RC FLYING(ENGINE PLANE)-3D Flying- GRADE-3
|NAME OF FLYING TRAINING
||DURATION(Extendable up to 2 days)
|RC FLYING(ELECTRIC PLANE)
||NORMAL AEROBATIC 3D
||6 days (26 hr simulator-flights + 32 real flights)-
|RC FLYING(ENGINE PLANE)
||NORMAL AEROBATIC 3D
||8 days(28 hr simulator-flights + 46 real flights)-
For the students better benefit there is a time table, scheduled as per trainers' experience and students' grasping capacity. This schedule not only gives freedom for progressive learning but also encourages the students for learning the physics behind the actual flying things in a more enthusiastic manner. The students have to follow the sequence of the grading pattern of the flying level (i.e a student will be eligible for aerobatic flying- GRADE-2 only if he/she has completed his/her lower grade training; normal flying- GRADE-1).