Real-time data with Excel
Stephan Unterholzner, a Science teacher at the Sierra High School in Manteca, California, has successfully captured and visualized the real-time data into Microsoft Excel from a CanSat High Altitude Balloon flight reaching almost 100,000 ft.
We all call him “Steve U!”
Steve has been using Microsoft tools for a long time. This time he is super excited about the new Excel ability to stream live data with IoT devices. Steve would like to share that with you together with Microsoft.
Science/Computer Science Teacher – Manteca Unified School District
2015-16 Manteca Unified Teacher of the Year
2016 San Joaquin County Teacher of the Year finalist
Lead STEM Teacher – Manteca Unified School District
Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert
Microsoft Innovative Educator Surface Master Trainer
Steve will demonstrate how to run engaging and exciting experiments using CanSat and Excel to collect real-time data at a number of education conferences in this upcoming school year. He will cover payload design, flight prediction, FAA requirements, data science, tracking, and recovery. Signup to be his guest.
Thank you so much for working with me and my sleepy Astronomy class this year! The kids said the HAB project was “lit”
“I can’t wait to work with Magnitude.io again next year.
I wanted to let you know that the enrollment for my Astronomy class has skyrocketed from 14 this year to 37 for next year! I’m incredibly excited about this because I think it opens up the door for even more opportunities. Do you have time to talk about the possibilities of what we could do with a larger class? I’d like to find out more information about the CubeSat project as well as opportunites for professional development so that I can use the resources available on your website to their fullest potential.
Christina Colburn at Ronald McNair High School in Lodi, CA