미래 산업, 드론이 뜬다People have gathered in a wide sports field. Using their hands, they move objects in the sky...The objects are drones.We met with young people looking to take over drones, a field which is receiving world-wide attention. The methods and range of drone use are very diverse. DHL in Germany delivered food and drugs to islands made inaccessible by inclement weather. Domino Pizza in the U.K. successfully delivered pizzas. With more and more businesses using drones, the global drone market is expected to grow to 11.5 billion dollars by 2023. Currently in Korea, no certification is needed for small drones used for recreation or business. However, controlling 12 to 150kg industrial drones requires a light unmanned multi-copter pilot’s license. Applicants over 14 years old can take the test after 20 hours of aircraft operation theory lessons and 20 hours of practice. (Korean, )"Test applicants must first be issued flight experience certificates for 20 hours of flight at an education center. They enter our center for about 10 days and receive education from 9 am to 4 pm. ". With drone-related jobs being highly anticipated for the future, many are attempting to receive certified licenses. 15-year old Eun-seong is one such person. (SOV)“Craft switch on.” (Korean, )"I first experienced drones at school. I found it really interesting, and I would be the youngest license holder if I were to pass. I came to be the youngest to pass the certification and to prepare for my future. "Summer vacation has been spent at this dorm, learning about drone production and operation to prepare for the license exam in October.
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