During last Saturday’s Hawai`i Fly-In at Kalaeloa Airport, the `Iolani E-Hawk team was able to showcase its progress on the creation of an EMG-6 at a public event, for the first time. Students presented and gave passers-by information about the project, such as its current state and future plans for the aircraft. The E-Hawk booth also featured a six-rotor drone, fabricated by a student in the robotics 3 class at `Iolani, and an altimeter, assembled using Arduino components. In addition to explaining more about the E-Hawk project, students were able to visit decommissioned, as well as active, planes, ranging from the Lockheed C-130 Hercules to the P-3C Orion. Enjoy these photos from the event.