Why droneLIONS pilots fly longer and further
We inspire your drone business
We train you in flight techniques and business development. Our goal is to help you become a sought-after expert who can generate demand and grow your business.
Participate in a $22B per annum sector
The Drone Market will grow to 42.8 billion USD by 2025. It was valued 20.2 billion USD in 2020 and will likely grow at a 15,88% per year until 2026. The sector is rich with opportunities.
Unlock the potential of your local market
Let our experts guide you with proven industry methods in creating the business blueprint you will need to rapidly grow your skills. We provide you with the tools, templates and network.
We have many years of flying experience since 2010 and constantly growing equipment for many situations.
We, Anna and Nico cover all training in southern Germany and northern Switzerland by ourselves. For all other regions in Europe we have strong partnerships with over 50 highly experienced coaches and trainers for your high quality experience in drone operations.
Further we build Europe´s biggest network for professional drone-operators with over 3500 registered and trained and certified remote pilots.
Highlights from Past Workshops and Events
Become a certified drone pilot
Get started early this morning in one of the fastest developing industries.
Business Value on the Rise:
Certification & Mentoring
Examples of satisfied customers who have chosen the droneLIONS
The drone workshop with theory and practice was a lot of fun. With Nico, I had a very competent person by my side and in practice I felt safe and in good hands because it is not that easy. Therefore, the course is always recommended.
Join the droneLIONS Academy starting from 169€ per year
Since January 2021 we have been offering training courses to obtain the EU certificate of competence and the EU remote pilot’s certificate. As the regional office of DE.PStF.010 UAVDACH-Services UG notified by the LBA, we also take the official test for the EU remote pilot’s certificate A2 according to the latest regulation (EU) 2019/947.