The hottest UAV national team will train in Shenzh

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On October 22, the Chinese UAV national team began closed training in Shenzhen. This training is the second and longest time since the formation of the Chinese UAV national team. The purpose is to prepare for the first world UAV Championship held in Shenzhen in early November

on October 22, the Chinese UAV national team began closed training in Shenzhen. This training is the second and longest time since the formation of the Chinese UAV national team. The purpose is to prepare for the first world UAV Championship held in Shenzhen in early November. The Chinese team participating in the training consists of 24 people, including 8 team members, 8 assistants, 1 head coach, 3 coaches and 4 team managers. During the training, Chinese team members Li kunhuang, Liang Aolin and assistant coach zouxiang were interviewed. They all said that as the host, the Chinese unmanned aerial vehicle national team welcomes the arrival of the world's top pilots and looks forward to competing with them and providing a wonderful unmanned aerial vehicle race for the Chinese audience

most of the equipment of the Chinese team is developed and produced by Shenzhen, a world-class platform to test the comprehensive strength of the players

the first world UAV championship is hosted by the International Air Sports Federation, and organized by the air traffic control center of the General Administration of sport of the people's Republic of China. 4. Regular review of the screw center of the jaw, undertaken by the China Air Sports Association, Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of culture, sports and tourism, Longgang District People's government, and co organized by Longgang District Bureau of culture, sports and tourism, Jiazhaoyewen operates for the related party group of the listed company. The event will be held at the Shenzhen Longgang Universiade Center Stadium from November 1 to 4. There will be team events, individual events, youth group competitions and women's group competitions, which are quite different from the rules of other UAV commercial competitions. The total prize of the event is 1.5 million yuan

when playing at home in the world championships, China's UAV national team will face no small test. Zouxiang said that the track set up in Shenzhen Universiade center is a high-speed track with a long distance, which poses great challenges to the weight measurement of equipment and battery endurance. Shenzhen is the capital of unmanned aerial vehicles. Of course, the participation of "Shenzhen element" in the world championships is indispensable. The equipment used by the Chinese team are all national leading products, and most of them are developed and produced in Shenzhen

the goal of the Chinese team in this UAV World Championships is very clear. Zou Xiang said: "I hope every national team member can get exercise on the world stage. The competition focuses on participation, but at the same time, we should strive to launch a charge to the championship." The Chinese team has also done some research on the opponents of the competition. Zou Xiang said, "at present, we mainly focus on the opponents of Europe and South Korea. South Korean players have a high level of professionalism, and there are a high proportion of maintenance personnel in the team, as well as psychological counseling specialists to assist the players."

from "feeling the stone to cross the river" to "helping" Shenzhen flyer Li kunhuang looks forward to professional development

at the end of August, the China national team trial of the UAV World Championships was held in Zhangjiakou, and nearly 100 players participated in the competition. Shenzhen flyer Li kunhuang emerged from the list of 8 people. In 2015, Li kunhuang became interested in and participated in the racing UAV by watching the competition video. Since then, he has participated in dozens of competitions, large and small, and won nearly 30 champions, including the champion of the 2016 and 2017 China UAV racing open

the first generation of Chinese pilots like Li kunhuang mostly began to explore from foreign racing UAV equipment. At that time, there were few choices of equipment and the price was high. Usually, they could only practice alone and touch the stone to cross the river. Now, with the increasing popularity of UAV movement, racing UAV equipment slowly began to subdivide functions and have more choices. "Old" players like Li kunhuang began to teach experience to new players, and the overall competitive level of Chinese pilots has also been greatly improved. Li kunhuang said that at present, he is considering working hard in the direction of professional pilots, but it is still difficult in the current environment, "In South Korea, the school training and events of racing UAV have become a system, with a high degree of market promotion and a complete industrial chain. Now there is no special racing UAV competition at the national level in China, which is usually included in the youth Aerospace competition. At the same time, the number of players, professional coaches, referees and venues is still insufficient, and it needs to follow-up development. The materials and maintenance costs of racing UAV are less every year To tens of thousands, to hundreds of thousands of yuan, the high cost also increases the difficulty of school popularization. "

according to the relevant personnel of jiazhaoye culture and sports group, as the exclusive operator of the event, the introduction of the first world unmanned aerial vehicle championship to achieve lightweight competition while maintaining high performance is precisely aimed at promoting the popularity of domestic unmanned aerial vehicle race and providing more communication platforms for domestic unmanned aerial vehicle enthusiasts and professional pilots. More importantly, we can establish a diversified UAV competition system with the help of Shenzhen, the "wood-based panel experimental machine capital of science and technology", so that the international sport of racing UAV can start in Shenzhen and grow in China

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