Drone

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STEM Notes and Ideas Robhub.org described how drone programs can resemble “a nesting doll for concepts in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.”

“A drone is a complex machine, and once you peek inside, one STEM concept leads to another,” said the website.

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Engineering and aerodynamics are important concepts when using and designing drones.
Career Connections:

  • Agriculture
  • Conservation, Search & Rescue
  • Energy Infrastructural,
  • Film making
  • Archaeology
  • Virtual Tour Guide
  • Military



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School Use: (watch this video)

  • Record aerial view of sporting events
  • Record aerial view of environment/landscape/wildlife
  • Revamp Shop Class
  • Use video for morning announcements
  • Design and Engineering (creating Drone)
  • Collaboration - teams create and fly drones or Unmanned Aerial Systems. Roles include controller, safety officer, and watcher of drone

When creating a Drone, students can learn:

  1. Principles of flight
  2. Aircraft Construction
  3. Electric Power Systems
  4. Modern Manufacturing such as 3D printing and CNC Machines



Where can I use Drones?

First, there may be local and state laws regarding flying drones, specifically near an airport.
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