3D Printing and Making Drones with Daddy

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Author Solutions, Incorporated, Jan 16, 2020 - Education - 110 pages

If you hear the word 'drone,' most people's first impression is that some kind of high-tech military aircraft is flying over the clouds while the pilot is sitting in a control room hundreds of miles away.

That's not exactly what we're talking about here. More recently, the same term has been used to describe quadcopters: four-propeller remote-control aircraft. Since the flight stability and control algorithms have become more advanced, these miniature aircraft have become cheaper and more usable.

Whether you call them Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Miniature Pilotless Aircraft, or Flying Mini Robots, drones are becoming increasingly popular. They are still in the early stages in terms of widespread acceptance and use, but drones have already broken through rigid conventional barriers in industries that once appeared impenetrable due to similar technical advances.

In the past few years, drones have become integral to the operations of numerous companies and government agencies and have continued to pierce into areas where other sectors have either stagnated or lagged. From quick deliveries at rush hour to scanning an unreachable military base, drones are proving to be extremely beneficial in places where people are unable to perform in a timely and efficient manner.

‘Making Drones with Daddy’ targets the age group of teenagers and young adults who are willing to explore and learn. The book uses illustrations and explanations to attract young readers and be able to teach with infotainment.

Minjae is a drone freak, but lost when it comes to fundamentals like physics! Luckily, his father, Dr. Kwon, or Dr. Drone, a Senior Drone Specialist who uses real-world examples to help MJ and Aryan to understand the fundamentals of making a drone, and beyond! In 'Making Drones with Daddy', you’ll follow alongside MJ & AT as they learn about drones and other topics like physics of everyday objects, the future of drones, the careers available, the science, terminologies, history, and much more. You will also go through the concepts of the connection between drones and virtual reality, as well as, the connection between drones and Mars.

Drones are very useful machines. In the future, knowing how to use a drone may be as useful as knowing how to read a book. The good news is that learning to build and flying drones and its fundamentals aren’t as hard as learning to read. If you’re mystified by the basics of a UAV or you just need a refresher, 'Making Drones with Daddy' will get you up to speed in a lively, fun, and practical way.

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Includes almost everything you need to know... it is short and crisp, minimal and simple. A must-have handbook...

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About the author (2020)

Aryan Tomar is a Techno-Creative Canadian teen entrepreneur, author, music producer, filmmaker, and the co-founder of TOMARS which is curating a new generation of fashion & lifestyle accessories for the Space Industry and take a leap towards sustainability. He is also a budding film director, screenwriter, and a producer. Aryan Tomar is known for being one of the youngest entrepreneurs and filmmakers.

Dr. Heechoon Kwon is a South-Korean drone specialist and has BS, MA from Sungkyunkwan University, Ph. D in engineering from Sungkyunkwan University as well. He made the thesis for the ‘VMME over Multimedia Framework’. Dr. Kwon has also authored over 25 published books. Dr. Heechoon Kwon is also a senior officer and a trainer at Korean Central Police Academy, he is the Chief Director of National agency of Cognitive Sciences, an associate professor at Suwon Women’s College, he is as well as a judge in one of the Korean app awards. Dr. Kwon is also the director of the Korea electronic publishing agency, the vice-chairperson of Korea Digital convergence agency, and the visiting professor at Hanyang Cyber University. Besides, he is also a speaker and has received many awards, he received an award of Ministry Information of Hanyang Cyber University and has travelled over 20 countries for talks and expos, especially around drones. He is now a professor at Caroline University, L.A., as well.

Er. Tomar is spearheading Green Field venture with Korean IP. He is focused on VR Theme Parks & Immersive Infotainment IP's, in NA, S'pore & UAE.

Enjoying start-up challenges after serving 15,000 people iEnergizer's Business Development in NA & EU Market with emphasis on Gaming and Technical Verticals. EA, SOE, NC Soft, THQ & Bioware are few of the delighted clients served by iE team.

Prior, at Educomp Raffles, as Head-IT he designed/implemented and managed ERP, IT infrastructure and produced next-gen edutainment contents for 3 verticals RMI-for Design Courses, MAPS-for MBA, JRE for Engineering and PGDM.

Also spearheaded technocratic / strategic assignments in Projects Coordination, Account and Business Management to deliver solutions in new media & VFx for the digital entertainment industry for Pixel Galaxy, Vancouver. He conceptualised & executed strategic business expansion in the Asian marketplace with exceptional results.

22 yrs ago, he began career as director special effects with Apple authorised digital studio to serve digital video services for Hollywood industry, followed by SGI partner NetAcross as Sr. visualizer. He later served at leading new media pioneers including Rediff, NetMedia and PCCW.

As core team member for these start-ups, his expertise reflected in forming & managing teams with pro-active contribution on techno-creative front, especially in streaming & gaming production management. Utilizing his entrepreneurial skills he served other new media companies as co-founder / advisory board, also taught university level new media courses to Computer Sc. Engineering students.

He holds bachelor's degree in Computer Sc. Engineering from Bangalore University and studied 3D Animation & Visual effects followed by The Producer course from VFS, Vancouver, Canada.

His most recent initiatives are BTXCity (Events & Publication), and TOMARS (Space-Lifestyle Venture).

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