Game of Drones

Prof. Kassas’ Autonomous Systems Perception, Intelligence, and Navigation (ASPIN) Laboratory hosts an annual summer event, called “Game of Drones.” These games span nearly a full day of fun and engaging games involving drones to inspire students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields and show the students how STEM is applied in the real world. Other activities throughout the day include showcasing why STEM “is cooler than you think,” tour of the campus, and lunch. The winning team is awarded a prize and all participants are given a souvenir to commemorate the day. Since 2016, nearly 300 students have participated in these games.

If you are a middle or high school teacher, particularly in a school district serving educationally and economically disadvantaged students, and are interested in engaging your students in Game of Drones, please contact Prof. Kassas to arrange for a new Episode of these games.

Episode IV - 2020



Episode III - 2018



Episode II - 2017


Episode I - 2016