Online Drone Conference

Mon 9 Aug - Fri 13 Aug 2021

We are bringing inspirational international speakers to you, online! Gain a greater understanding of drone applications and inspiration to start using them! 

ONLINE AND LIVE

An interactive online format


INSPIRING SPEAKERS

Industry, education and academia


PROVEN FORMAT

3rd year online conference


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  • 12 months access to replays

  • Professional Development Certificate

  • Bonus Content

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Two Sessions / Day

 

Two 1-hour sessions per day, for five days.

International Speakers

 

Speakers from around the world.

Interactive

 

Live question time at the end of each session.

Recorded

 

Watch the replays for up to 12 months after.

SPEAKERS


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Conference Schedule

Keep scrolling down to discover who is presenting at EduDrone 2021

Dr. Karen Joyce

I Will Show You How in 7 Minutes - How to plan your first drone mapping mission

Sonja Bernhardt​

The failure of STEM intervention programs - what we did wrong and how you can learn and improve in the future

Hayley Farrer​

Empowering students as 'Citizen Scientists' and 'Champions of Change' through STEM

Dr. Joseph Kerski

Gathering, mapping, and communicating field investigations using interactive maps and dashboards.

Gabriel Joyal

Community-based geospatial approach to better understand the coastal environments along the St-Lawrence Gulf and Estuary, Québec, Canada

Nathan 

Dumbleton

An Eye in the Sky on the Future - RePL in Schools

Dr. Lain Graham​

Building data from the ground up: drones and GIS in community-based research

India Johnson

What Can Drones Help You Learn

Katie Vidal

I Will Show You How in 7 Minutes - How to design innovative activities for STEM Clubs

Joan Li

SeeCucumbers - How to use AI to detect sea cucumbers from drone imagery

Mike Sutton

Use of RPAS (drones) for forest and fire management in NSW State forests

India Birrell

How unlocking access to the skies can transform the delivery of healthcare

Christian Jones

DARE to make great games for learning

Yasmin Zaman

Perseverance is One of My Favourite Words

Meg Kummerow​

Drones in Agriculture - a sound future

Prue Vaughan

I Will Show You How in 7 Minutes - How to map the curriculum

Clinton Evans

DroneBlocks in the classroom. Teaching Math using Drones and block-based programming

Dr Scott Sleap

STEM Industry School Partnerships (SISP) program delivering authentic STEM learning outcomes in NSW

Dave Capill

Building a community supported STEM program

Angela Lapham

I Will Show You How in 7 Minutes - How to plan a geography lesson in storymaps

Paul Mead

I Will Show You How in 7 Minutes - How to remove the gremlins from your drones before you fly

Brett 

Dascombe

I Will Show You How in 7 Minutes - How to create a GIS Toolbag

Ted Carter

Drones! for the rest of us. A primary teacher's perspective.

Dr Barbara Bell

Flight Lessons: The power of role models

Mackenzie 

Togo

The Australian Army Drone Racing Team

Fiona

Lake

Careers in aerial image-making industries - realistically appraising the situation today, tips for students and predictions

Holstein​ Wong

The drone that flies itself: how drone autonomy is revolutionising data capture

Lani 

Raghavan

My Journey

With ArcGIS

Nina Kantcheva Tushev

Drones - What are they good for: Democratizing Drone Technology to Protect Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, Territories, and Natural Resources

Jemma Picco

Queensland Globe – an online tool to view Queensland’s location based information

Amrita Lal

Good vs Bad, Using Drones in the

Fiji Highlands

Laura Bain

Drones in the

Early Years

Joe Brolese

Drones at school, from the workshop to the sky

Chris Swallow

Drones in classrooms

Dr Martha Gomez-Sapiens

Using drones as monitoring tools of riparian restoration efforts in the Colorado River Delta, Mexico.

Alistair Byrom

Surveyors, more

than just a tripod!

Daniel 

Nugroho

Capturing the earth's magic with drones, cameras, and laser

Rebecca Lehman

Creating community partnerships to foster career growth

 Shelley Ware ​

Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture into classrooms

Proven Format


If you think drones should form part of your program, check out what some of last years attendees thought about EduDrone, and then join us this year to be inspired and supported!

Very well designed and relevant UAV educational experience. It was my personal Professional Development highlight of 2019, and I participate in a minimum of three per month.

Michael Evans

CEO, Australian Security Academy

EduDrone has been one of my favourite online professional development opportunities.  The flexibility of being able to interact with the sessions live or at our convenience was excellent.  I now have the confidence to roll out a drone program at my school and help my colleagues implement drones into the curriculum.

Sarah Moore

STEM Leader, Mackillop College

I am always looking for projects to incorporate into my new high school drone course!  This conference gave me an opportunity to learn about how other states (in the US) and other countries are using this new technology in their classrooms.  

Veronica Spradlin

Montgomery County Public Schools

Why

EduDrone?

EduDrone is brought to you by She Maps – the leader in drone and geospatial education.

 

Leaders from around the world will share their stories of innovation, drones, and digital technology in the classroom.

 

Join hundreds of others from around the world to be inspired by our keynote speakers and educational leaders!

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Frequently Asked Questions


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How does the conference work?

The conference is run as an interactive webinar. We will curate the speakers into 'hours of power'. 

 

There are two 'hours of power' each day over the conference, which means there will be 10 hours of speakers.

 

Each session has a keynote talk, including questions. This is followed by additional speakers, with 10 minutes of questions and 10 minutes of breakout discussion/networking to finish the hour.

 

There will be a private Facebook group for discussions to continue as well. 


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