A few weeks ago the arrival of the STEM education programs, STEAM in English, designed to cover fields as complex and disparate as science, technology, engineering and mathematics, were announced. Once the entire legislative framework has been published, proposals as interesting as that of Airwolf 3D, a manufacturer of 3D printers and printing elements that has developed a drone manufactured entirely using additive techniques and designed to serve the education of the youngest in the classroom.
According to the company itself, Talon X1 will enhance electrical engineering skills thanks to the needs that users will have in welding material and programming. To this we must add the use of 3D printing and the world of drones. Inside each Talon X1 kit are integrated all the components needed to shape the drone, STL files of the structure of the device, the hardware necessary for its assembly, electronic components, battery, battery charger ...
Talon X1, an educational drone ready to reach Spanish classrooms
If you are interested in getting a Talon X1, it is best that you spend a few minutes watching the video that I have left hanging just above these lines. At the same time, tell you that it is not for sale at the moment, although the reservation period is already open through the official Airwolf 3D page. The price of a unit amounts to 399 euros.
As a final detail, despite the fact that, at the moment, the Talon X1 has not reached Spain, the truth is that training in drones for the little ones has reached the educational centers and schools of our country, such It is the case that during the last celebration of the Air show, more than 2.500 high school and high school students from Murcia, Alicante, Castellón and Valencia participated in a contest where they had to build drones whose utility represents a beneficial purpose for society.