How to Learn Drone Programming


Who doesn’t like programming for airplanes. In this 12+hrs summer boot camp kids will program drone and learn to code their own Manual Flight post understanding the concept of patterns, variables and more. This camp starts with focusing on basics of Introduction to learn drone programming:


  • Introduction to Drone
  • How to learn drone programming
  • Drone programs for kids
  • Windows Launchers and Installation Steps
  • Mac Launchers and Installation Steps
  • Mac installation


  • Drone programming course
  • Learning to Fly
  • Unboxing the drone
  • Building the controller
  • Upload Mode and Uploading Code
  • First Flight
  • Trouble Shooting


  • Commanding Drones
  • Mission Impossible


  • Pretty Variables
  • Power of Variables
  • Patterned Flight


  • Laser Flight Management
  • Infrared Flight

Module-6 (Capstone)

  • Colonel Austin Strikes Back
  • Stick it to’em
  • Going Full Manual operation and run
  • A goodbye

Additional information


Mon-Fri (9:00AM – 12:00PM), Mon-Fri (12:00PM – 03:00PM), Mon-Fri (03:00PM – 06:00PM)


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  • Basic understanding of Scratch & Code
  • Ability to type on Keyboard
  • Windows or Mac machine (Preferably Windows)

Camp Schedule:

  • Classes are held in 3 schedules everyday in Eastern Time Zone between 9:00AM to 6:00PM
  • The camp is a 10 Day program (30Hrs of Coding Classes)
  • Kids receive 10 Minutes Break after first 1.5 Hrs of class schedule
  • Each class is 3 hour long. There are three schedules to choose from
    • Morning (9:00AM – 12:00PM)
    • Afternoon (12:00PM – 03:00PM)
    • Evening (03:00PM – 06:00PM)

Learning to code can be difficult, but so is learning karate, gymnastics, or playing piano. Consistent practice, week after week, is how you become a great programmer. Our flexible student-paced programs build upon main principles of programming, game design, and robotics. This is then reinforced with hands-on practice of newly learned skills