Drone Cars, they are not just for Tesla anymore

Have you ever wanted your own drone? Do you like cars? Then this all day session is the one for you. We will explore how one creates code that turns on lights, to sonar, to building a small drone car that not only you can drive yourself but one that drives itself too. By the end of today you will be able to turn a raspberry pi into the nervous system of your own personal drone.

Please note this is a hands on lab and if you would like to participate you can purchase your own parts ahead of schedule to bring to this session.

Michael Luckenbill

Michael Luckenbill is a developer-businessman-race car driver-designer-swordsman who started calling himself “the most interesting man in the world” when he hit three hyphens. He spent 8 years solving technological problems for Temple University, Independence Blue Cross, Duane Morris, ARAMARK, LiquidHub and Endo Pharmaceuticals for cash money.  Living the dream life as traveling consultant for LiquidHub; Michael continues fighting for the users much like TRON. In the early winter of 2012, Michael invented a way to apply CSS frameworks to SharePoint 2010; allowing his fellow man to embrace modern day design mythologies. Although, historically Michael has spent his career working on “Big Data” and solving business intelligence issues; his interests now include MVC, Design and JavaScript.