Course Information

In this workshop, participants in groups will be taught basic drag and drop coding language to command the drone to fly in specified routes. They will explore different commands in the 3 axis of flight. Participants will be guided to conduct a science experiment to find out the average speed of the drone. From the data they collected, they would be tasked to apply their knowledge to sequence a code for the drone to complete an obstacle course. The group that completes the mission in the shortest time wins. 

Course Specifications

Key takeaways


Age group

Venue required

Indoor space for flying the drones

Course Structure

  • Theory on Drones - 30 mins
  • Programming Drones  (Indoors) - 100 mins
  • Obstacle challenge (Indoors) - 50 mins

2 - 10 hours

8 years old and above

English | Mandarin available

**Drones will be returned to us at the end**

  1. Introductory flight principles and basic electronics concepts
  2. Understanding about the future of UAVs 
  3. Appreciate the need to ensure personal safety and safety of others around
  4. Drag and drop programming language  
  5. Situation awareness when coding and test flying the quadcopter.

Trainer will share about the technology involved in autonomous drones, drone swarming capabilities and how drones connectivity work in networks.

drone Flight science

Participants of this workshop will learn physics concepts like four forces of flight, how drones work, and various functions of the electronic components that make up a drone.


Jet fuel melts steel beams, 10/10 would melt again. The course was well planned and engaging.

Student, Hwa Chong institute 


Participants will get to activate, fix up the drones and sequence the codes for the drone to fly. They will have to learn how to maintain the drones especially after they crash. 


During the science experiment, students will apply the concept and relativity of distance, speed and time to sequence a code for a specific mission.  

Teaching Language