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What we do at Drone & Code!

We will begin by introducing the fundamentals of drone flight and control. The drones used in this program feature a number of different sensors and hand controller modules. These will be explained and gone over. Each child then assembles the drone hand controller, noting the different components along the way.*

Everyone has a build buddy which makes assembly fun.

“Before I came here, I didn’t know how to code, but I learned a lot.” -student

“10 because it is a really fun experience and you get to learn a new programming language.” -student

After learning basic flight maneuvers, budding engineers get to write code that instructs their drone to navigate a variety of flight paths. No previous coding experience is required, however, if your child has it, then they simply proceed according to their skill level. Coding instruction is given and your child has the option of coming to the program with their own laptop. They go home with the code they write!

“My daughter said it was a lot of fun and she learned quite a bit.” -parent

Find out how drones, from Olin College of Engineering, have been developed and used in whale research. Your child will have the opportunity, to then brainstorm, and come up with concepts for developing a drone used to free whales, entangled by fishing gear.

A 12,000 rpm precision gyroscope will illustrate how such an instrument is used in aviation.

Games and flight challenges add to the experience! For instance, we will play a game where drones take to the air and engage each other by firing infrared beams.

At the end of week, children get to showcase their work.

* Please note that if your child wishes to keep the drone and controller that they assemble, then that is a separate optional purchase.

Program leaders

Your program leader will be an engineer, scientist and/or scholar. Student to instructor ratio of 7:1 or less.

What, where, when, how much & registration

Boston -Metro West MA
Regis College / Spellman Museum of Stamps, Weston MA ● July 8 – 12, 2019 ● $655 Early Bird Pricing (regularly $695)

● Week-long Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. program
● Optional extended care 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. $40 per session and/or 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. $90 per session
● Optional gourmet bagel sandwich lunch, including a choice of chips or whole fruit, gourmet cookie & drink $65
● Limited to 14 children, rising 5th-9th grade