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EXA-ICE (Ages 14+)

EXA ICE comprise advacned level STEM programs, for kids aged 14 years and above. Kids can work on high-end tech projects and customize their own learning experience.

Book one or more of the following programs and get your child started on their journey.

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Arduino 1.0

The Arduino program is an open sourced electronics platform based on easy to grasp hardware as well as software. This 8 week program is specifically designed to introduce the student to the world of creating circuits, as well as simple coding.

Arduino 2.0

The Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Sensing the environment by receiving inputs from many sensors, Arduino affects its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and a number of other accessories.
Students will learn to develop complex circuits and then proceed to program their board to achieve the tasks set by the instructor during every session.
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Raspberry Pi

This course is ideal for those who are interested in exploring the possibilities of Raspberry Pi as a computer. A prior knowledge of Linux operating system and Python programming language would greatly help you in getting up to speed.

RC Projects

In the RC car dissection, students get to create a remote control car to discover the secrets hidden in a working scale model of an off-road vehicle. Students learn to examine and analyze the intricate, yet scaled down version engineering design.

Visual Basic

This course teaches you Visual Basic language syntax, program structure, and implementation by using Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4, enabling students to attend other courses in the Technical Specialist tracks.

VEX EDR

Students learn about engineering and engineering problem-solving. They will be given introductions to the VEX Robotics Design System and Autodesk® Inventor® while learning key STEM principles through a process that captures the excitement and engagement of robotics competition. The curriculum is heavily focused on mechatronic principles; as such, programming is NOT required.
However this course is structured in such a way that, teachers and students who want to include a more Computer Science heavy layer with the course, can do so.
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Drone Engineering

Multi-rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have brought with it many possibilities in both civil and public sector applications: Ranging from aerial photography, to industrial survey, smart agriculture, as well as search and rescue. This intro level course focuses on these multi-rotor UAVs specifically for image capturing and processing.
This course will help you understand the fundamentals of commercial UAV operations by focusing on the following areas: equipment and technical capabilities, regulatory requirements, and UAV operational workflow.
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3D Design & Printing

3D printing allows kids to get as creative as they can get as they get to model different objects. Students get to design their objects and bring them to life using the 3D Printer.

Aerial Photography and Videography Basics

Aerial Photography and videography have been revolutionized by the use of UAV Drones. Camera drones are incredibly fun to fly and will add a whole new dimension to your work the course and will help videographers and photographers gain the skills and knowledge needed to confidently add epic aerial shots to video projects. Learn the best settings and post processing techniques to achieve the best video quality. Students will have just as much fun taking still photos from a multirotor drone.
We'll cover taking and processing still photos with a DJI Mavic Pro, as well as stitching aerial panoramas into breathtaking masterpieces.
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