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About This Project

These 17 Czech trainees from Prague spent their time in Seville for a ten-days work experience in November 2017. They did a formative experience as Electric Drones Programmers and they developed their professional abilities in the field carrying out several tasks, such as:



  • Welding process with tin before putting it into practice on the assembly and preventing potential accidents that may happen during the assembly.
  • Building a drone from scratch and completing it.
  • Creating a joystick to control the drone flight.
  • Controlling a drone using different types of movements, flight modes, configuration, etc.
  • Testing the drone and the connection of the transmitter to the receiver.
  • Calibrating the drone and making it fly outdoor.



Furthermore, they learned some historical, cultural and linguistic features about Seville during a Seville tour and a Spanish course. Apart from the amazing trip to Malaga, they also had the opportunity to do a study visit in a Technological Science Center.

We hope that our trainees had fun and that they learned many things that will be useful for their future work and private life.


Jakub SvejdaJakub Švejda

‘I am an 18-year-old student of IT. I’ve signed up because I am really interested in drones, IT and all electronics.  I’ve really enjoyed this trip, and I’ve learned a lot about drones. My favourite part of the trip was when we had the opportunity to fly the drone we built ourselves’

Tereza VlasakovaTereza Vlasáková:

‘I am 19 years old. I live in Prague. I’m studying electro-technic school, the field of energy engineering. I enrolled for this internship because I was always interested in how the drones work and wanted to find out more about them. I wanted to learn Spanish and visit city Sevilla again. I liked the Cathedral and Metropol Parasol, where there was a beautiful view of the city.’

Jan KalinaJan Kalina:

‘My name is Jan Kalina. I am 19 years old and I study electrical engineering. I applied for taking part in this project because it’s a great opportunity to learn something new and improve languages. Drones are my hobby and I am very happy for being selected as part of this awesome project! Sevilla is a beautiful city and drones topic is just awesome. I really like Spanish lessons because I speak a bit Spanish. It’s very useful. It’s my favourite part of this great project.’



Project Details

Project Title: Clean energy and new technologies
Project Number: 2017-1-CZ01-KA102-034447
Number of participants: 16
City & country: Prague (Czech Republic)

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