Aerial Sports League
presents
Drone Sports World East
@ WORLD MAKER FAIRE 2016

A drone sports extravaganza featuring state-of-the-art
FPV racing, drone combat, Demos and training.

October 1 and 2
Saturday & Sunday
10AM – 6PM

New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th St, Corona, NY 11368


#DSPORTS #ROTORSUP #OUTLAWMICRO

With nearly 100,000 spectators, ASL’s Drone Sports East at World Maker Faire 2015 was the East Coast's largest live audience ever attending a drone race, and this year’s Drone Sports World at Maker Faire promises to be even bigger.  Two full days, jammed packed with the best drone racing, combat games, training and demos.  Featuring a custom track designed to challenge the best pilots in the world and provide a thrilling experience for fans -  it’s going to be FPV racing like New York has never seen before. 

Pilot Registration now open thru Friday Sept 16th or until filled up (50 pilots max):
1) Pay Sign-up fee on Eventbrite
2) Complete pilot Registration form HERE

 

 

FPV Racing

dSports World featured two full days of FPV racing action, including several special events, and featuring ASL's popular new class - Outlaw Micro - sub 250 gram FPV racing drones!

Open Class Spec:
5 inch max props only - no carbon fiber.
Battery - 4s Lipo (14.6volts) max  
Frame - 285mm max frame size

Outlaw Micro Spec:
Total weight of drone must be below 250 gr and FPV capable

FPV:
Common Frequencies will be used to keep things simple – Your drone's VTX dip switches, or channel buttons must be easily accessible.  
Commonly known as Fat-shark/Immersion RC channels 1. 4. and 7.  Race-band channels 2 (5732), 5 (5806), and 7 (5880)can also be used. 
Frequency 5740
Frequency 5800
Frequency 5860
Race-band 5732

Race-band 5806
Race-band 5880

Lights:
Changeable Color LED's must be on the Top, Bottom, and Sides of all Copters. Simple “Dip Switch” RGB LED's will be available. A simple JST style plug from 12-14 volt is all that is needed. Maker Faire will have Thousands of spectators, and the race track will have a dedicated PA Announcer. Color'd LED's will be needed to allow the fans to track the copters and the announcer to keep everyone informed.
Recommended link:  LED Lights


 

Innovation Hangar and Aerial Sports League Present

Drinks & Drones
The West Coast’s premiere drone sports entertainment destination.
Exclusive preview party, July 16th
7pm- 1am

Get tickets at Eventbrite

 

Innovation Hangar at the Palace of Fine Arts
3601 Lyon St
San Francisco, CA 94123

Drone Racing & Cocktails
Sat. July 16th
7pm - 1am
$15/per spectator
$30 VIP (free drink, snacks, private viewing lounge)
Spectator tickets at Eventbrite
(Pilots by invite only)

Experience the thrills of drone racing up close in SF’s newest hi-tech entertainment destination - dSports World Drone Racing at Innovation Hangar.  

•FPV Drone Racing
•Drone Combat
•Simulators and Virtual Ride Alongs
•1-on-1 Drone Training
•Cocktails

Watch the world’s best pilots compete in 80 mph head-to-head action on ASL’s new, TRON-inspired “Darq Traq.” Strap on a pair of video goggles and take a few hot laps around the track yourself in the “Drone Racing Ride Along” and experience exactly what the pilots see.  Take a spin on a drone simulator, or learn to fly a real drone in our “fast flyer” drone training camp.  It’s a one-of-a-kind drone sports adventure that you and your friends will want to experience over and over. 


 

Drone Sports World
at San Mateo Maker Faire
May 20-22, 
2016

A 3-day drone sports extravaganza featuring state-of-the-art
FPV racing, drone combat games and sport drone design competition.
#dSports #RotorsUp #OutlawMicro

 
With over 95,000 spectators, ASL’s Drone Sports East at World Maker Faire 2015 was the largest live audience ever attending a drone race, and this year’s Drone Sports World at Maker Faire San Mateo promises to be even bigger.  Pilots will race head-to-head through a custom track straight out of the future - made with with lasers, special effects, interactive tricks and power-up’s, it’s going to be racing like never seen before.  

With over 95,000 spectators, ASL’s Drone Sports East at World Maker Faire 2015 was the largest live audience ever attending a drone race, and this year’s Drone Sports World at Maker Faire San Mateo promises to be even bigger.  Pilots will race head-to-head through a custom track straight out of the future - made with with lasers, special effects, interactive tricks and power-up’s, it’s going to be racing like never seen before.  

Now in it’s 3rd year, ASL combat games at Maker Faire continues to set a new standard for robotic sports.  What started as a top-secret drone “flight club” attended by a select group of robot makers, designers and artists in an Oakland warehouse kickstarted a drone sports phenomenon. Attendance quickly grew from a few friends to hundreds of people in a matter of months. From these early underground drone flight clubs the ASL was born. 

Now in it’s 3rd year, ASL combat games at Maker Faire continues to set a new standard for robotic sports.  What started as a top-secret drone “flight club” attended by a select group of robot makers, designers and artists in an Oakland warehouse kickstarted a drone sports phenomenon. Attendance quickly grew from a few friends to hundreds of people in a matter of months. From these early underground drone flight clubs the ASL was born. 

The goal of the Drone Sports World Design competition is to encourage the next generation of drone makers and engineers.  The nuts and bolts of drones come alive as makers show off their vision of the next generation of sports drone technologies.  Contestants will showcase their designs in special design pavilion at Maker Faire, but the main event is when each team subjects their drone to a live-flying gauntlet of obstacles and challenges in front of a voting Maker Faire audience.

The goal of the Drone Sports World Design competition is to encourage the next generation of drone makers and engineers.  The nuts and bolts of drones come alive as makers show off their vision of the next generation of sports drone technologies.  Contestants will showcase their designs in special design pavilion at Maker Faire, but the main event is when each team subjects their drone to a live-flying gauntlet of obstacles and challenges in front of a voting Maker Faire audience.