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Participants will build drones from kits and learn what makes them tick. This workshop provides a high-level overview of many aspects of drone technology. Main topics and activities to be covered include; Basic Parts, Components and Functions to get you ready to build your own drones in the classroom.  Mission Planning, Flying, and Practical Geospatial Applications will also be covered. This program is open to all Secondary and Post Secondary educators.

Who should attend: Secondary and Post-Secondary Instructors Teaching in STEM Related Disciplines Looking at UAS and GIT Program and Courseware Development.

Application Process: Registration is free for this workshop and meals are provided during the workshop hours.  Participants are responsible for all travel cost to the workshop, however eligible participants are able to received up to $800 reimbursement after attending. If you will be seeking reimbursement please send the following information to thomas.biller@northlandcollege.edu by May 1st, 2020 to verify eligibility.

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  • Workshop
ATE Area:
  • Information and Security Technologies
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