We were lucky enough to be invited to the Natural History Museum in London for their 'Science Uncovered' event. We joined hundreds of other scientists who had stalls all around the museum sharing their science.
As well as a couple of drones we also had a flight simulator on a large TV screen so people could have a go at flying a remote control plane using one of our transmitters. This was pretty popular and demonstrated that age is no predictor of ability to fly!
On our stand we also had a compilation video of all the footage we have collected over the project, some bat calls on an iPad, and a bat detector for people to play with.
We took out newest plane, the talon, and our quad to show visitors. The quad was linked up to a laptop to show all the telemetry readings that are recorded in real time, and the plane was great for showing how light weight the air frames are, even little kids were able to hold it above their head with ease.
We were chatting to visitors pretty much continually for 6 hours so we were both pretty tired afterwards. If we are invited back we might have to employ some helpers!