Robotics and Aviation were the focus for Kitty Hawk techno Club. Dr. Chandravadhana addressed the students and insisted the student to think outside of the box.
The principle of aircraft was explained to the students through paper gliders. Later students were introduced to CATIO software which is used to design aircraft.
The basic purpose of the clubs and other activities is to provide students with an opportunity to develop positive interests and to serve the society. This club is involved in kindling the interest of students in flying drones. Drones are meant for various applications such as aerial photography, mapping, surveying, security, science and research. In order to invest in new technologies and to provide an opportunity to learn the technology to fly drones, this club provides a platform for the interested students for the same. We have eminent resource persons who teach them the basics of aircraft flying, making glider models, modeling and simulation in AUTOCAD, drone principle and finally drone flying. There are around 85 students who have registered for this club and they keep performing the activities with great interest. In the final stage, target oriented competitions will be held for the students.
It always seems impossible until it’s done. – Nelson Mandela