South Jersey Rotor-E Club: Not all drones are evil

 A DJI Phantom drone flies low in Princeton. (it now rests in peace at the bottom of the Delaware River. (Alan Tu/WHYY)

A DJI Phantom drone flies low in Princeton. (it now rests in peace at the bottom of the Delaware River. (Alan Tu/WHYY)

South Jersey’s Rotor-E Club will be celebrating International Drone Day (March 14) with a open house to educate the public on the positive uses for unmanned aerial systems (UAS).
 
20150309 DRONES ARE GOODThe gathering is open to the public and will be held March 14 at the Mt. Laurel Library.
 
The free indoor event will also give the public check out and even fly a wide variety of unmanned aircraft systems.  There will be interactive demonstrations, flight simulation stations and give aways. 
 
The event will also be a chance to learn more about the FAA’s proposed regulations for recreational and commercial drones.
 
International Drone Day is not just a celebration of drone culture.  Rotor-E Club is one of 54 groups across the globe who will be striving to promote a more positive image around the often controversial flying machines.  The community’s motto is #dronesaregood.
 
Saturday, Mar. 14, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Mt. Laurel Library, 100 Walt Whitman Ave., 
Mount Laurel, N.J.
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This post is part of our South Jersey Events Listing

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