Tello EDU Programming for Beginners
This course uses Tello EDU drones and related applications to allow students to experience the fun of driving drones through games and themed activities. Combining with programming such as Scratch graphics or Swift Playground, guide students to learn how to write programs to control drones. The course not only leads students to understand the use and application of drones, understands the relevant laws and regulations, and uses safety. It also organizes small drone competitions to set up obstacles so that each student can complete the challenge.
Why do we learn programming with drones?
Drones are gaining more and more attention as a device that can expand human capabilities in daily work. It can reach places that humans usually cannot reach, record footage from unique angles previously unimaginable, and opens up more possibilities for bringing more convenience to our lives. To take full advantage of drone capabilities, today's young people should not only learn how to operate drones, but also how to customise them to their needs. That's why drone programming courses are essential: teach the next generation how to integrate their ideas into drones to execute. In conjunction with new developments in the field of computer vision, students will learn how to work with drones and process material in real time to provide insights. At the end of the course, students will be eager to realize their ideas and be able to do so using drone technology.
About Drone Technologies
Introduce drone applications in various industries and share examples
Objectives of this course
Explain the drone regulations and safety rules for drone flight in Hong Kong
In-depth introduction to different parts of drones and their applications
Introduce the proper procedures of drone take-off, security inspection and landing
Experience DJI Tello EDU
General programming concepts, such as logical thinking, basic instructions, parameter settings, etc.
How to control Tello EDU with Scratch / Swift Playground
"Little Flying-Bot" Contest
Participants conduct finals in small groups and apply the programming functions learned in the course to specific flight missions