Drone Service Technician
About The Position
Taranis is a leading precision agriculture intelligence platform that uses sophisticated computer vision, data science, and deep learning algorithms to effectively monitor fields. Taranis offers a full-stack solution for high-precision aerial surveillance imagery to prevent crop yield loss due to insects, crop disease, weeds, and nutrient deficiencies.
Overseeing millions of acres of farmland in the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Russia, Ukraine and Australia, Taranis targets high-volume commodity crops which account for 70% of the global crop market, and gives farmers the tools to address issues in real-time, increasing yields and cutting costs.
Founded in 2015, Taranis raised over $60M from leading VC investors and is being led by a founding team with deep experience in both agriculture and technology.
We are looking for Drone Service Technicians who will use their knowledge of electronics, machinery, and engineering to repair a fleet of drones. Drones are usually synced with smartphones, so drone repair technicians are also knowledgeable about repairing wireless devices and systems. Drone repair technicians use various tools and techniques to fix drone issues such as broken outer shells, damaged propellers, and overheated motors. They also fix electronic controls and mainboards.
- Overall responsibility for assembly, maintenance, and repair of drones
- Fleet management of equipment inventory
- Training and instructing pilots with drone service providers
- FAA Part 107 certification
- Knowledge of DJI platforms
- Travel 20% of the time
- Availability for a full-time position in Indianapolis until the end of July (with a possibility the position become permanent)