Online Drone Coding Competition

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First Online Drone Coding Competition in Australia

Code your Drone, Fly in Cloud

This is a cloud based online coding competition, first online drone coding contest in Australia hosted by MINDCAN STEM Institute, and supported by coding drone maker DJI group and SaaS solution provider Wistron Group. .    

 

MINDCAN STEM welcomes all Australians to take part in this COVID safe online competition, on 22nd of August 2020, during Australian National Science Week.

 

Strive for Champion and win DJI Drone.  All Schools and students in Australia are invited to explore this scientific journey together, a free competition immersed in coding and flying fun simultaneously.   
 
The competition is entirely free, not only given the opportunity to win free drones, but a stunning festival with fun engaging and fascinating STEM education,  the event opens to primary, secondary and university students, as well as all drone & coding enthusiasts in Australia.

WIN DJI TELLO EDU

Want to be immersed in the fun of drone flying and coding?  Please register above, for our online competition, we are also happy to introduce you with a short Scratch coding tutorial, to help you win the online competition.
 

It's a free competition, NO subscription fee, NO login fee and NO drone required.

Additionally, you can sign up for our coding course, giving you a competitive edge in the competition.

Please contact us at info@werau.org  for different tutoring and training plans.

If you are interested in programming tactics in this competition, you can sign up for our Tello EDU Programming course.

All registered students will be given a unique login account, which would be eligible to sign in on competition day. These accounts will be allocated on the 21/8, one day before the competition.


On the competition day, 22/08, registered applicants can program at their convenient time anywhere across Australia, from home, office, school, lawn or beach, etc and the cloud SaaS system ( most reliable judge ) will give equal 30 minutes to every participant after login, respectively, the system would deactivate the account when time's up, and then their scores would come up with a tailored report in their own account.  This means rivals can pop in anytime between 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, on the competition day - 22/8/2020.

Refer to our competition rule here.


The competition is entirely free, not only given the opportunity to win free drones, but a stunning experience with fun engaging and fascinating STEM education, the National Science Week Event opens to primary, secondary and university students, as well as all drone & coding enthusiasts across Australia.

Yes, the competition is entirely free, and with chance to win amazing prizes like DJI Tello EDU etc.  Meanwhile, you can subscribe one of online courses, or tutoring classes for the competition, if you feel confident with your programing ability, just head to subscribe the competition now.

Pros 

Fun Engaging and educational event to run during National Science Week

Great to engage a charming course with fascinating technology

Free login access and app in competition 

Open to primary or secondary students ( ideally for grade 3 and above ) 

Great chance for school and coding kids to participate in National Science Week online 

In compliance with social distancing, competition is all online.

Kids would love it, as will the schools cluster

Free report of coding practice, upon participants logout the 30m online competition

Register Now 

To register our competition, just fill out the form. 

We recommend planning a short competition course or tutorial first

WER Australia

International STEM Competition 

Address: PO Box 139, Sunnybank, Qld 4109, Australia, 

                1644 Logan road, Mount Gravatt, QLD 4122

Email:     info@werau.org

Phone:    07-37114958

Cohosting:

  Mindcan  AUVR Association      Abilix                 Faith         DJI Education 

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