A record 18 teams, representing the best and brightest from Canadian universities and colleges have registered for this year’s UAS student competition. A challenging precision agriculture scenario will test their engineering, program management, innovation and leadership skills. Their first deadline will be the submission of their system design report due January 15th. If all the parameters are met, the team moves on to the flying competition April 29th – May 1st in Southport MB. Please give serious consideration to the Sponsorship opportunities which are available to support the future leaders of our industry as they showcase their talents at this prestigious event.
2016 Student UAS Competition- Sponsor the Best & Brightest 636.27 KB