At CES in Las Vegas, Hansol Hong, CEO of Robolink, discusses the features and versatility of their CoDrone, a small drone that can help teach kids to program, and can be easily upgraded with a Drive Kit to add wheels, or a camera to increase its functionality. CoDrone also comes equipped with built-in IR sensors for “drone battles” that are both safe and fun. Hansol talks about their inroads into the educational market, and the results from their efforts.
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