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About This Project

In November 2017, a group of 18 Polish students spent their time in Seville for a Traineeship as Drone Programmers in Seville. They did a formative experience and they developed their professional abilities in the field carrying out several tasks, such as:


– Preventing potential accidents that may happen during the assembly.

– Welding process with tin before putting it into practice on the assembly.

– Building a drone from scratch.

– Completing the drone.

– Using Arduino with JAVA, from Eclipse and knowledge of API.



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.


dawid cinalskiDawid Cinalski


During my two-week stay in Spain, I learned the fundamentals of drones. Our teacher showed us how to build and configure a dron. During our first flight he showed us what to do to not break our drones. The center of Seville shows the beauty of this city, the alleys are filled with people who use their free time to spend it with their loved ones. Surprisingly we had a chance to go to the fair with drones, which gave us new experiences in this field. In my opinion, the practice has inspired me to further expand my knowledge on this subject.

kasperKacper Ossadnik

The Erasmus project is very nice and pleasant to me because I got to know a lot of new things about drones in work and culture in spain. The teacher who teaches us about drones is very helpful and can see that he has experience and knowledge of drones as well as his drones. Programming and flying it.In the free time we learned the culture and history of Spain and we went to different interesting places.We also had a free hand and could visit a lot on our own.How to project it I highly recommend it to anyone who hesitates to write on this type of trips really worth it.

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: Europejskie staże na dobry start zawodowy
Project Number: 2016-1-PL01-KA116-024800
Number of participants: 18
City & country: Czechowice-Dziedzice (Poland)

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