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Guangdong youth realizes his dreams by flying drones

2022-May-7       Source: newsgd.com

In August 2019, Liang Zhenwei, an 18-year-old boy, won the silver medal of the 2019 WorldSkills Kazan 2019 for Drone Operating.

In August 2019, Liang Zhenwei, an 18-year-old boy, won the silver medal of the 2019 WorldSkills Kazan 2019 for Drone Operating.

After that, Liang became the first among his peers to work as a drone R&D engineer.

"I liked to play with the electronic products since childhood," he said.

After graduating from junior high school, Liang Zhenwei was attracted by the flying drones when reading a series of related news reports, which was also the reason why he decided to study in Guangzhou Electromechanical Technician College (GETC), majoring in drone.

(Photo: Pan Rongjun)

Before participating in the WorldSkills Kazan 2019, Liang had already served as the leader of the college's drone competition team.

It was not easy to get the qualification to take part in the competition. "The tests not only involved operating the drone, but also modeling, assembling and debugging, diagnosis and maintenance as well as programming," Liang recalled.

The competition team founded a programming class so that the team members could learn programming. Starting from scratch, Liang Zhenwei spent a month writing codes to start the drone. With tenacious endeavors, this 18-year-old boy won the opportunity to compete in a world-class competition, claiming a silver medal in the end.

After taking part in various drone-related competitions, Liang Zhenwei was more assured that he had a strong passion for drone, and he wanted to make it as his future undertaking. Now he has become an R&D engineer, mainly responsible for developing drone teaching aids and conducting researches on competition projects.

(Photo: Pan Rongjun)

"We're dedicated to developing the drone-based teaching aids, with the intention of cultivating a variety of talent needed in drone industry by working with universities and colleges," Liang said. The teaching aids simulate the applications of those drones used in all walks of life. "We show the students some simulations with our teaching aids, so that they can learn more about society's demands on drones."

Liang Zhenwei hopes that one day he can manage to work out an application for UAV programming. "By using drones, we can have broader horizons," Liang said.


Co-presented by the Human Resources and Social Security Department of Guangdong Province & GDToday

Author | Nancy (intern)

Video editor | Holly

Editor | Wing, Steven, Monica, Jerry

Editor: Holly

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