When your students are ready for their drones to take flight, the MINDS-i Drone Cage is a great way to give them the freedom to explore the capabilities of their creation in a safe and controlled environment!
Technical Training Aids (TTA) is your local MINDS-i equipment dealer for the drone cage and UAV kits in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
MINDS-i Competition Drone Cage System
The MINDS-i Competition Drone Cage System is durable, modular, and easy to assemble, transport, store, and reuse. You can set up a competition drone cage in your classroom, gym, or sports field, where your students can practice precision maneuvering, remote identification, manual manipulation, and more!
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This drone cage works hand-in-hand with the MINDS-i UAV Competition Kit, which is designed to help your students participate in the MINDS-i SkillsUSA UAV Competition. This drone competition evaluates students in four areas: flight skills, maintenance troubleshooting and repair, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) knowledge, and autonomous flight. The MINDS-i drone cage is a great way to prepare your students with the experience needed to succeed in this competition!
See the full competition guide for the 2023 SkillsUSA UAV Competition.
The Drone Cage System is available in three (3) sizes:
- Small (20′ x 28′ x 15′)
- Medium (30′ x 30′ x 15′)
- Large (28′ x 49′ x 15′)
MINDS-i Drone Cage For Schools
Whether your students are preparing for the SkillsUSA UAV Competition or learning about the exciting future of the drone industry, this competition cage is a great way to give your students additional hands-on experience with these UAVs.
Technical Training Aids is your local provider of drone kits and related products for K-12 schools, technical colleges, and universities in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Contact your local salesperson for more information on a MINDS-i drone cage.