WEFriday - Did you know that in 2014 WEF provided the funding that launched the Weston Middle School Robotics Club?
Within two months of its creation in September 2014, the club had 79 members. By the end of January 2015, club members had logged over 1,500 hours of robotics designing, building, and coding.
During the 2017-18 school year, the WMS Robotics Club continued to grow and included its first all-female team. All four of the WMS teams ranked in the top ten in the Southern New England Regional Championship and two qualified for the National Open. We look forward to hearing more great news from the club this year! #robotics#westonpublicschools#roboticsclub
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Presenting our next update on UAV ," UAV 14.0". On our mission for facilitating Disaster Management ,we have accomplished
2 kg Payload( Medical or Relief Supplies)✔️
Altitude and GPS Hold✔️
Real Time Mission Planning and Waypoint Navigation ✔️
Flight Time of minimum 30 minutes✔️
Low Cost on comparison with commercially available Drones with same specs✔️
Aerodynamically Stabled Structure designed by us✔️
Fight Controls and Parameters coded & designed by us✔️
PID Tuning and Callibration done by us ✔️ Stay Tuned for our next Update , on Surveillance & Obstacle Avoidance.
Credits - Pratyush Kumar Padhi