Md. high-school STEM program covers drone technology

12/5/2013 | Patch.com

Students in a science, technology, engineering and math magnet program at South River High School in Maryland are learning to design, build and fly their own unmanned aerial systems. The school partnered with ARINC to offer the course, which is part of the Project Lead the Way initiative to boost interest in aerospace and civil engineering. "It's rather challenging to build your own UAS, and it exposes the students to a number of different disciplines," said Rolf Stefani, senior director of ARINC's Technology Innovation Center, who helps teach the course.

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