We build unmanned aerial vehicles that can either be remotely controlled, or flown autonomously based on pre-programmed flight plans.
At the moment, we only compete nationally at the Unmanned Systems Canada UAS Student Competition. The competition provides students to explore how drones can be applied in real-life scenarios (wildlife census data collection, field analytics, law enforcement, etc.). Each year the airframes are modified to adjust for the new competition scenario.
Our team is composed of Aerospace, Electrical and Biomedical Engineering students who are committed to seeing the team thrive for years to come!