- Unit 2 (AoS1): Electrotechnological systems design
- Unit 2 (AoS2): Producing and evaluating electrotechnological systems
Technical and Personal Skills
Prototyping, computer science, hardware and software
systems, problem solving, collaboration, systems thinking.
In the Game of Drones, you win when you fly! Drones are currently used in a large variety of industries as well as for recreational purposes. From inspecting wind turbines or agricultural crops to Defence Force racing teams, there are many careers on offer for drone pilots.
Game of Drones gives students hands on experience learning to code, test and fly drones whilst discussing what the future of drones may look like. As sessions include a model drone build, wiring an Arduino, testing a custom made rig and editing flight code, the program lends itself to students currently studying subjects such as Systems Engineering who will have a basic understanding of electrical circuits. The day culminates in a “Top Gun” flying challenge to see who can earn their “wings”.