Students invited to get creative with drone designs

By on 26 June, 2019

Powered by the World of Drones Congress, the ‘Design a Drone ‘competition will be taking place in September, and is now open for applications.     

Schools around Australia are invited to register their participation and design their drones. The competition has 6 DJI Tello educational drones up for grabs as prizes.

The event has also recently announced early bird tickets and other offers for delegates, such as a discounted RePL (remote pilot’s licence) course with Remote Aviation Australia.

Taking place from 26-27th September 2019, the World of Drones Congress will be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, with over 1200 delegates from across the Asia Pacific and attending the event. Over 30 exhibitors from Australia, China and Japan have signed on to showcase their latest technology at the Expo.

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