The Crime Museum, in partnership with Kashmir World Foundation, is giving visitors a hands-on approach to learning the important role drones play in illegal wildlife trafficking around the world. Princess Aliyah Pandolfi, the founder of Kashmir World, came in to speak about the Exhibit. And an intern from the Museum, Grey Golla, join her. Read more: at ABC Let's Talk Live
Left to right: Grey Golla KwF DaVinci Challenge Mentor, Princess Aliyah KwF Founder and Paul Etienney KwF Computer Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Embedded Systems Intern from France
The interview was focused on the DaVinci Challenge: Build a drone workshop at the Crime Museum in Washington DC. The Crime Museum opened its first wildlife trafficking exhibit called, " The Ugly Truth of Wildlife Trafficking" in June. This exhibit is made possible by collaborated efforts from the following organizations: Freeland Foundation, International Fund for Animal Welfare, INTERPOL, Kashmir World Foundation, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, WildAid, Wildlife Trust of India, and Youth Environmental Programs.
Left to right: Myriam Jaakar KwF intern from France and Princess Aliyah.
The workshop provides a complete learning experience about drone technology and anti-crime.
Participants learn about 3D printing, integration of robotic systems, and flying techniques as they build a quad-copter or hexacopter in an actively engaging hands-on and innovative 4-day workshop.
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