Thank you everyone for making our 1st Annual STEM is Everywhere Day a major success. It was so awesome that we've decided to make it an annual event.
I totally appreciate your willingness to participate and look forward to working, building, and flying with you all in the future!
Have an awesome week!
0 · March 12
In order to help with the form you're filling out, here's my input:
1. I can attend for the full time of the event.
2. I will need a parking space. I'm coming from York, PA and would be happy to pick up anyone along the way or even off the route. I'll need to know where to park, of course.
3. I will need a power source for my laptop.
4. I won't be able to set up the day before.
5. If we need a badge or some form of ID to get in to the event as an exhibitor, let us know where to pick that up or if it will be mailed.
That's all I can think of. I'm looking forward to the event.
0 · February 16
We are so excited! We still expect 1,000 students and their parents and chaperones.
You can check out the link above for other confirmed exhibitors as well.
Chris has given all the major details.
Here's the link to HU map of parking lots so you know which are H & I - http://auxiliary.howard.edu/par...
There will be an exhibitors photo at 8:45am. Registration (student check-in) opens at 9am and the Opening Ceremony is at 9:30. We hope everyone is in place by the time we take the picture.
We have allocated 1 table and 8 chairs. We'll see about extra power, but please bring extension cords/power strips to make it easier.
I look forward to you all being there!
0 · March 7
Thanks again for your interest in participating in this amazing event. As of yesterday, we reached 800+ registered students! The event should be amazing.
Chris, can you be the POC for everyone and submit this form so we can ensure that we meet everyone's needs?
Questions from anyone? Of course, please feel free to ask!
I can't wait for the students to see your work!
A million thanks!
1 · February 15
I will plan on bringing a small fixed wing plane equipped with an ArduPilot Mega 2.0 autopilot and 3DR Radio for telemetry. I'll also bring my laptop to be able to demonstrate how the autopilot is programmed. I can also show how the autopilot controls a virtual plane in simulation. If power is available, great. If not, I'll only be limited by laptop battery life.
0 · January 17