Course Cost Per Student
Cost Course Discription
$75 Six Week Introduction into Drones 101
$75 Six Week Intermediate Class Drone Flying 200, Students will be able to be registered with the FAA under Part 107 and become drone pilots while learning the elements of advance programing and flight automation to include a team flight demonstration. (unless prior approval, student must complete Drone 101 to enroll in this course)
All Students will recieve a T-Shirt with logo and the students will have the options of 3d printing items such as key chains to cell phone covers with VikingLearningLabsTeam.
Course Studies will be broken into six week courses. The first will be introduction into drones. Second course will be six week intermediate class where the students will be broken into teams and design and build a fully autonomous racing drone to compete against other students from other schools within the Viking Learning Labs Project. The drone will need to be able to fly in fully autonomous mode and execute tasked predeterminded by Team Captains and Mentors.
Future curriculum will be in ground robots and underwater ROVs. Our goal is to give students the oppurtunity to work within a team to design and build and be able to compete against other like minded students.
The form below is and inquiry form to see what the interest is for the program, by no means are you and or the student obligated by filling out. We greatly appreciate the interest and the feedback. No student will be left out of this program, we will be offering VikingUAS scholarships for those interested, Please contact for more information.
Engineering, Automation Technology & STEM Studies Afterschool Engineering Club
VikingUAS is offering Students grades 7th-12th the opportunity to learn engineering,robotics, automation technology and STEM. We are currently working with schools in Southern Maine offering this weekly after school. For the past 2 years we have been developing and refining our curriculum with 7th and 8th graders at Massabesic Middle School with assistance from Mr. Patrick Parent. Last year was a huge success for the students and the program. The student developed both and underwater ROV and a Tow Behind Underwater Vehicle that was successfully deployed to survey the waters of Southern Maine for Invasive Weed Species such as Milfoil. This year has started off great with the students building a 3d printer in class and building a QuadX inspection Drone for surveying application and 3d mapping. This level of engineering introduction is not offered as part of the curriculum at most Public and or Private Schools. Our goal is to give students the opportunity to learn about and be able to design,build and fly their creations, giving them the opportunity to experience and to help guide them into all aspects of engineering from Mechanical/Aerospace, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Engineering. This gives each student an advantage when choosing their career path and moving forward with college selection.