The “Drone Educators Conference | Aerial Pathways To The Future” will be the second California based conference of its kind designed to bring together educators, drone enthusiasts, and professionals from a variety of industries to learn about current and upcoming trends in drone curriculum and opportunities for life long careers flying drones. The one-day event will be hosted at Skyline College in San Bruno, California on October 22, 2016. It will showcase keynote speaker Dr. Gregory Crutsinger from Parrot Drones, industry vendors, and professionals that will lead breakout sessions discussing careers and curriculum for subjects ranging from cinematography and photography, to agriculture, search and rescue, humanitarian aid, robotics, software engineering, drone racing, manufacturing and future industries that are just starting to emerge! The day long event will conclude with a panel discussion with representatives from West Valley College, Cal Poly Pomona, UC Santa Cruz, and The UC State Chancellor’s office talking about successful drone education programs, how to start them, and how to create pathways to drone education starting in Middle School and continuing through college.
This event is open to the public, and registration is only $45 and includes lunch. For more information including the complete list of speakers and to register to attend please go to www.aerialpathways.com .
As part of the Drone Educators Conference City College of San Francisco will be hosting a middle school and high school drone education day on October 21st featuring lectures on Drone Racing, Drone Videography and Photography, Drone Manufacturing, and Pathways to Drone Careers. This day is not open to the public.
The Drone Educators Conference is presented by One Zero Digital Media and Tesla Foundation and supported by The Doing What Matters Initiative through the California Community College State Chancellor’s office, Parrot Drones, City College of San Francisco and The Center For International Trade and Development (CITD) Hosted by Skyline College.