For the FARM-i-GEDDON Team Drone Challenge Season we’re scheduling monthly Tech Meets at locations in Utica & Syracuse:
SEP 28 SAT – Registration kick-off’s at 5:00pm online. A virtual meeting will be available to team coaches and potential team coaches at 7:00pm. Contact CNYDrones@gmail.com for details.
OCT 27 SUN – SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Time: TBA
NOV 17 SUN – SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Time: TBA
DEC 29 SUN – SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Time: TBA
JAN 26 SUN – SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Time: TBA
FEB 23 SUN – SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Time: TBA
MAR 15, 2020 – Virtual Tech Meet LIVE with our Mentors, Time: TBA
Those who want to get started in drones can have questions answered while learning more from the drone community. Those already involved in flying can share what they’ve learned through experience and social media connections. And – we allow recreational flying of indoor drones – with prop guards – in designated areas. If we are at a location that allows outdoor flying, flights in designated areas may be allowed with AMA member oversight.
Team Drone Challenge Project work time – full teams, partial teams, individual team members & coaches are welcome to bring their projects for basic build assistance including tips on troubleshooting & testing.
We provide information on the AMA, safety, & our programs. Attendance varies – sometimes Tech Meets are all out build sessions, other times they turn into mini-competitions.
Tech Meets have a small cash admission/donation fee used to cover basic expenses – water & snacks! Not an AMA member? Join! FREE for most students! We’ll be happy to provide you with plenty of reasons why you should join!
Everyone who shows up volunteers and shares!
Tech Meets are set up as AMA UMASC / AMA MASC events.
Never been to a Tech Meet? Bring your curiosity & the following:
- safety glasses*
- closed toe shoes*
- snacks to share!
- working indoor drones with prop guards to fly!
- any drone building project – new drone kits, in process projects, broken drones
- tool box**
*safety glasses and closed toe shoes are required for lab use and strongly advised in any other facility while working with drones.
**No soldering, sawing or burning of any kind without permission of the venue & without supervision & use of safety glasses. Use of power equipment is not allowed on most sites. We follow the rules! Not sure? Ask us before you attend!
For information on the next Tech Meet, check out our Events Calendar
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