The launch of the Digitrek Regional Road Show has kicked off in Roma. Four days through the Darling Downs and South West Queensland for students and businesses, dedicated to exploring all things tech and inspiring lifelong learning.
Held across four days, the Digitrek Regional Roadshow commenced with a launch event in Roma on the evening of Monday 22 May, with day one on Tuesday 23 May at TAFE Queensland’s Roma campus, followed by day two on Wednesday 24 May at the Dalby campus, day three on Thursday 25 May at the Kingaroy campus, and culminating on day four on Friday 26 May at the Toowoomba campus.
Great fun at monday night bringing drone racing.
On the second day,students from Roma State College and St John’s Catholic School, who spent the morning with the AustralianArmy and AusAirForce DroneRacing team and seeing STEM in action with pilots.
On the third day of the Digitrek Regional Road Show,year 11 students studying Agricultural Studies from Dalby State High School got to experience drone racing and also discover how drones can be utilised in the agriculture industry.
Students from the Dalby State High School flew the mini-whoop through the tunnel.