A youth outreach program involving hand-on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities from the celebrates 15 years this week, and plans to expand its curriculum to include next-generation technologies.
Program partner provides its CAD (computer-aided-design) software for students to practice 3D printing and learn aerospace, engineering, mathematics, physics and other STEM concepts, according to the software and services company. Students can use Creo 3D to design unmanned aerial vehicles, for example, while exploring freeform surfacing and direct modeling.
Now in its 15th year since its nationwide expansion in 2002, DoD STARBASE will introduce augmented reality (AR) and Internet of Things (IoT) concepts into its curriculum. Program participants will soon be able to use PTC’s , a solution that transforms IoT applications into immersive AR experiences.
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