DCRC Races to the skies with drones
Boyds, MD— On Sunday, May 31, 2015, scholars of Kashmir World Foundation’s Da Vinci Challenge: Scholars flew their completed drones at the D.C Radio Control Club, an AMA chartered club. The DCRC Flight School is located at 16200 Schaeffer Road.
KWF thanks the D.C. Radio Control Club for hosting the DaVinci Challenge: Flight Day VIII this event at their flight field—ideal for fixed wings, helicopters, and multi-rotors. ! DaVinci scholars spent the last few weeks learning about aviation and emerging technology while designing and building their own drones. The program emphasizes creativity, innovation, and technology application.
The Flight Day Event includes guests, drone demonstrations, and of course, the Award Ceremony. This is when participants will have an opportunity to fly their completed drones and receive their Drone Operators Certificate.
Everyone is invited to DaVinci Challenge: Flight Days to learn about new drone technology
, its applications, and how to get involved with the project. Spend an afternoon enjoying the beautiful scenery and learning about emerging drone technology and its applications. Check out what DaVinci scholars have been working on for the last few weeks and learn how to get involved. The Flight Day Event is open to the general public at no cost, so bring the whole family!
A special thanks to Jim Fisher, one of the Board Members of DCRC Flight School, for helping coordinate flight day! Learn more about their club and how to join.