— Maker Faire Honolulu (@MakerFaireHNL) April 19, 2015
There will be two events held: a speed competition and a skills competition. The goal for the event is to provide a forum for the local drone community to compete in a fun and engaging way. For more information and to sign up go to the Hawaii Drone Club’s website, and don’t forget to sign up for the Mini Maker Faire. You must have tickets for the Mini Maker Faire, and register for a slot on the Hawaii Drone Club competition page to be able to participate in this event.