Drone Demo at Widefield School’s first “Game of Codes” Competition

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online casino dealer jobs COLORADO SPRINGS – DynAeroTech got to show their inner nerd with Widefield school district 3 during their first annual “Game of Codes”. This is a competition where various schools compete and perform various tasks in four different areas. The areas range from sphere coding maze, drone coding obstacle course, computer programming blocking & an oral project presentation.

usa online casino no deposit codes We showed the kids and parents attending the event the “art of the possible” when it comes to drone technology through an on-stage demo of one of our drones. Many of the children asked very intriguing questions about drones during our Q&A session. On behalf of the company, we donated to the winning team their very own drone to modify and code. With it, they’ll get more knowledge about drones and how they can operate safely.

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DynAeroTech’s Booth appeared at 2017 AUVSI Symposium with New Tech

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online casino aus malta legal DENVER – DynAeroTech attended a UAS-drone symposium hosted by  UAS Colorado & the AUVSI Rocky Mountain chapter. We had a great time explaining to others what the company’s vision  and its future in the drone industry.

online casino shuffler hiring Our booth received lots of visitors trying out our new fixed-wing command station equipped with a flight simulator. We also showcased our new fixed-wing platform in development and flight testing.

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