Drone Camp Teaches Kids How to Build and Fly Drones

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN – 05-24-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Drones aren’t just for taking aerial photos and videos. They’re now being used to help kids learn about science and technology.

Students in Minnesota participated in a drone camp that taught them all about the complex flying machines. KING TeC, which stands for Kids Integrating Newly Grasped Technological and engineering Concepts, hosted last year’s camp and will be holding another one this June. Those attending drone camp learn the necessary steps to build and fly a drone.

Last year’s camp was featured on a video series on AirVuz.com. The series finale showcased the competition at the end of the camp, where campers flew their drones through an obstacle course.

“I’ve been around technology all my life and I just like to work with this stuff,” said camper Cole P. “It’s really fun.”

Campers also learned how to solder in order to build their drones, and also tested their flying skills on a flight simulator before piloting the actual drones.

“It’s hard to do this. It’s really hard,” said camper Travis. “Just the controlling it, how fast it goes forward… Practice makes perfect.”

KING TeC is a FIRST Robotics Competition team in the state of Minnesota. Founded in 2006, the group aims to promote STEM education by building robots and other technology such as drones.

Each episode of the series on AirVuz focused on a different aspect of drone camp, beginning with the building of the drones and culminating in the final competition at Prior Lake High School. The 7th through 9th grade students worked in a total of six teams to complete various tasks throughout the building of their drones. They also learned about the Federal Aviation Administration rules and regulations regarding drone flights.

Drone camp begins again in June. Details can be found here.

For more information about the “Drone Camp” video series, contact Tyler Mason, Director of Public Relations, at [email protected].

About AirVuz

Since its launch in 2015, AirVuz has become the world’s leading drone video and photography sharing platform and global community for drone pilots and aerial media enthusiasts. Drone enthusiasts worldwide can upload and share videos and photos in unlimited quantity and at no cost. Site users have free access to an ever-growing library of drone media content including easily browsable categories such as travel, extreme sports, golf courses, drone racing, landmarks and more. AirVuz users also have access to original AirVuz content, including the weekly AirVuz News program, profiles of top content creators, product reviews, and how-to information for drone pilots on how to take and edit high quality drone video.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: AirVuz
Full Name: Tyler Mason
Phone: 612-345-7092
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Website: www.airvuz.com

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Brad Bennett

Brad Bennett

Brad grew up in a small town in northern Iowa. He studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married his wife one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children.
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