ZINC, Sager Sign Deal To Educate On Proper Use Of Drones

(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)

Amman, May 15 (Petra) — The Zain Innovation Campus (ZINC) has signed a cooperation agreement with Sager Autonomous Robotics, a Jordanian UAV-based intelligent system and application solutions provider.
According to a Zain statement, the deal was inked on Sunday by Zain Jordan’s CEO Fahad Aljasem and Sager’s CEO Youssef Ammoura.
Under the agreement, the two companies will launch a program to educate people on the use of drones according to local and foreign legislation, in addition to holding a series of training courses and workshops in the Idea Factory, a Crown Prince Foundation initiative, and in all branches of ZINC.
A training program will also be launched to train drone operators to offer aerial photography services in many fields and attract more people to develop their skills.
Sager will offer professional and high-quality aerial photography services in cooperation with Zain Studio to cover all events held by Zain.
The agreement came for Zain to keep supporting Jordanian innovation and start-ups, especially those that keep pace with developments and simulate important sectors, as drone technology is considered one of the most developed technologies and serves many sectors.
For its part, Sager stressed the deal’s importance in spreading awareness on the safe and proper use of drones and moving this sector to a stage of stability to simulate its global development and progress.

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