Sinclair Community College has rolled out a $300,000 mobile ground control station that pairs live drones flying in the air with virtual simulations making training less risky and costly, officials say.
The one-time ambulance turned control station on wheels was unveiled Tuesday at the Unmanned Aerial Systems conference at the Dayton Convention Center.
The ground control station will train both Sinclair students and corporate clients, said Deborah Norris, vice president of workforce development and corporate services.
Universities and companies have shown interest in the system that puts Sinclair in a leading role nationally in drone training, she said. Read more