Aviation Day Camp
Robotics, Circuits and Aeronautical Design
Entering Grades K-5
Full Day Only
March 27 – 31
3-Day Session (Wed-Fri). Special pricing applies.
Leap into the world of drones, robotics and remotely piloted aircraft!
Master robotic design and simple programming using the unique Artec robotics platform, originally developed for use in Japanese schools. Campers build and then program multifunction robots capable of sensing their environment and moving within it!
Robo Mechanics take flight in the Hiller Aviation Museum’s Drone Plex flight center. Use high-fidelity multirotor simulators to master remote aircraft operation, then fly real drones in the netted Drone Plex enclosure. Build and fly a first-person-view (FPV) drone, then program a multirotor aircraft to have it complete a flight autonomously!
Explore the science of electricity and build and drive an electric-powered car. Explore pneumatics, simple machines, and solar energy. Investigate helicopters, space vehicle design and more in an exciting adventure in drone and robotic engineering!
Robo Mechanics Camp Includes:
- Artec Robotics Operations
- Robot design and construction
- Robot coding and operation
- Drone Operations
- FPV drone operations
- Autonomous drone flight
- Multirotor design and construction
- Robotics Systems
- Static and current electricity
- Electric motors and vehicles
- Solar power generation
- Simple machines and robot arms
- Pneumatics and hydraulics
- Aircraft design and construction
- Rocketry and spacecraft
- Helicopter physics
- Introductory flight simulation
- And Much, Much More!
Elementary Topics (K-5)
Air & Space
Flight & Motion
Test Pilot Academy
Wonders of Flight
Intermediate Topics (5-7)
Flight Design Lab
Camp Schedule and Availability
Camp Information - Daily Schedule
Camper Information and Medical Form
All camps are located at the Hiller Aviation Museum at the San Carlos Airport.