Drone Pilot Teen Camp
This is a 5-day event – June 5 – 9, 2017
Learning to Build and Pilot Drones
DaVinci Tech Camp for Teens Drone Pilot camp is a fun, hands-on interactive one-week learning experience. Each participant will have an opportunity to explore and learn about the world of drones. This camp is tailored to small groups and teens close in grade and age. The goal of this camp is to increase their knowledge and appreciation of STEM-based careers through learning how to build and pilot drones.
Drones or UAVs have been increasing in popularity, creating a whole new industry and many different uses for them. They are not only extremely fun to fly, but they can take amazing photos and videos from the sky that would normally be impossible to get. Unfortunately, not many people know how to safely operate them, let alone use them to their full capabilities.
In this 5-day course, Nick Berliner, the founder, and CEO of the drone videography company The Caelus Camera will teach the basics of flying and building a drone. From the rules and regulations to safety and emergency procedures to the multitude of camera and sensor options, students will learn exactly what it takes to be an expert UAV pilot. Nick will even go into depth about where drones are going in the future, and how to prepare for the societal changes that these machines will soon be causing.
What you will learn
- Piloting a drone
- FAA rules and regulations
- Drone safety
- Drone cameras
- Drone sensors
- Career options
- The future of drones
Who should attend
Teens ages 13 to 17 who have an interest in:
Dates and Times
Dates: June 05 – 09, 2017 – Monday-Friday
Times: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $749 ($499 by March 31st)
Early Registration Savings: Register by March 31 and Save $250
Registration fee includes a drone kit for each participant.
Register here: https://academy.davinciinstitute.com/drone-camp/
9191 Sheridan Blvd – Ste 300, Westminster, CO 80031
Park in an available spot. Find DaVinci Institute is on the third floor. Follow signs to the meeting room.