I watched Amateur Radio Technician License Course 2022-2026 Lesson 1 part 1 and part 2. It covered a bunch of questions that will be on the test and how to answer them. It cross referenced the actual website and taught the reasoning behind answers based on sections. I also researched Maltego, a "software used for open-source intelligence and forensics, developed by Paterva from Pretoria, South Africa." It lets you input someones information and get related entities
Maltego can be used to determine the relationships between the following Entities:
People. Names. Email addresses. Aliases.
Groups of people (social networks).
Internet infrastructure such as: Domains. DNS names. Netblocks. IP addresses.
Documents and files.
We also looked at heat cameras that can be used to look at electronics, you can see what is just draining energy and it can be used for solar panels.
We talked about what we want our final projects to be. At first I was thinking of working to create a slideshow with basic python code for minecraft on raspberry pi that the lower campus students could use. It would have code to place blocks, remove blocks, and do other fun things. However I decided against that and I'm now Brainstorming other ideas. I was thinking I could do something with the drones. We talked about arcgis. I then decided to work with Jack on the acoustics. We will be using the generated sounds and the microphone to create sound maps of hpa rooms to see where sounds best and where sounds worst. This helps with decisions on where certain materials should be used.