DRONE INTEGRATION PROGRAMS

The Drone Integration Program (DIP) uses Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to help teach students about design, technology, manufacturing, aviation, artificial intelligence, hardware, programming and Flying!

 

This project based learning task aligns to curriculum outcomes, enabling curriculum assessments to be made. All teacher and student resources, checklists, assessments, tests and grading options, are provided in the programs creating an integrated turn-key solution for teachers.

 

BUILD A DRONE 

FLY A DRONE

CODE A DRONE

ALIGNED WITH CURRICULUM

Stage 4 - Digital Technologies

Engineering Systems​

  • 30 hours of lessons - 10 weeks

  • Engineering Technologies - 30 hours

  • 3 main design activities / projects

    • Manufacturing​ 

    • Sourcing

    • UAV component understanding and building.

  • Industry Related Links

  • Related Life Skills - TELS-1DP, TELS-2DP, TELS-4DP, TELS-9EN, TELS-11TS

Digital Solutions

  • 30 hours of lessons - 10 weeks

  • Engineering Technologies - 10 hours

  • Digital Technologies - 20 hours

  • 2 major activities / projects

  • Covered Topics

    • Social Effects of UAV's​

    • UAV Industry Solutions

    • Aviation

    • Maintenance

    • Coding

    • Artificial Intelligence

  • Industry Related Links

  • Related Life Skills - TELS-1DP, TELS-2DP, TELS-3DP, TELS-5DP, TELS-8DI, ES-11TS

Stage 5 - ICT

  • 30 hours of lessons - 10 weeks

  • Aligned with NESA and Australian Curriculum

    • Digital Technologies​

    • Design Technologies

    • iSTEM

  • Covered Topices

    • UAV Components​

    • Drone Assembly

    • Coding and Python 

    • Configuration

    • Sensors

  • Industry Related Links