This course will give students the opportunity to assemble, calibrate, and experiment with the ELEV-8 v4 Quadcopter, a small unmanned aerial vehicle purpose-built for education. Students will assemble a quadcopter and learn about each of its components, their composition and their function. Students will then learn safety, legal, and ethical considerations regarding unmanned aerial vehicles.
We will introduce the Ryze Tello STEM drone and students will learn how to interface via mobile application and traditional controller. We will teach the basics of block coding and how the Tello can be programmed for autonomous flight. You will get a chance to practice flying the Tello's in a controlled environment using the flying and coding skills acquired throughout this camp. Lastly, we will teach students about possible application-specific modifications that can be made to the Tello using 3D print technology.
Students (Grades 9-12)
Pre-registration is required for this FREE camp (meals included).