Tag: High School
Drones are tools that help in delivery, data collection and data analytics that produce asset management results or actionable intelligence.
Even though they can be small in size, drones are packed with a rapidly growing assortment of advanced technology that gives them some amazing capabilities.
Lindsay Raychel | 3 years ago
Taking flight in a new S.T.E.A.M. center, students at Chittenango High School are working towards becoming certified drone pilots.
Jessica Kisluk | 3 years ago
While many students older than 16 may be working to get their driver licenses, some students at Harpursville Central School District are working to earn their pilot licenses.
WIVT/WBGH NewsChannel 34 | 3 years ago
Some Harpursville students are learning to take to the skies without leaving their classroom. The high school is offering a drone certification class.
Brennan Somers | 4 years ago
This week's Rochester in Focus puts the spotlight on SkyOp, a key player in our region when it comes to the booming drone industry.
Jeff Bogle | 4 years ago
Worried about job security? These are the jobs that companies desperately need to fill in the new year and beyond.
A model for other state education services agencies to follow, the cooperative purchasing contract with the New York State BOCES provides significant cost savings to school districts looking to implement...
Dr. Mark Beehler and eSchool News | 5 years ago
Drone curricula offer authentic learning experiences to prepare students for the modern-day workforce.
AUVSI | 5 years ago
The Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI) named SkyOp as a finalist in the Training & Education category in its second annual XCELLENCE Awards.
The SkyOp Drone Training Curriculum enables High School, CTE and P-Tech educational institutions to easily incorporate drone training as a standalone course or into existing course offerings.
WXXI | 5 years ago
This great video produced by WXXI features Brian Pitre talking about SkyOp's High School Drone Training and Education Curriculum and includes impressive aerial footage captured by students.
The SkyOp team was pleased to be a part of the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center's Technology Leadership Institute Winter Event.