Ground station remote control of drones is the key for advancing this technology into commercial use. For example, reliable ground control is required when human intervention is needed. Manual flights were also required to collect various data sets for training the deep-control system. This axiom applies even more to drones, where there is no easy way to capture the best possible navigational footage. In this case, enhancing the ground control capabilities of drones through precise control devices. To enhance the ground control experience and thus the quality of the footage, we suggest robust remoting- system to a full-immersive experience, providing the operator with a clear vision, and first-person perspective (FPV) view through a Head-Mounted -Display (HMD). We do practical tests by having users (n=10) try to fly the drone in the suggested area. Flight tests have shown that users operating our system can successfully fully position perception, and land using the HMD headset. This only affects mesoscopic vision. The immersive experience gives a more accurate and realistic rhythm during the process of controlling the drone, which achieves an enjoyable flying experience. Our method provides higher accuracy of flight perception, leading to higher accuracy, which translates into fine flight data for training comprehensive drone control policies. The system depends on developing the ability to see the drone by using artificial intelligence techniques that stimulate the capabilities of virtual reality in enhancing the vision of users. This was evident through the tests conducted on the ten people as samples, whose results were approved during this approach.