UAS Challenge

 

About UAS Challenge     

Llanbedr Aviation Business Park - a beautiful location for the UAS Challenge
A beautiful location for our Challenge - Snowdonia Aerospace Centre, Llanbedr, North Wales

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We lead the way in promoting value and cohesion within the industry, providing unique opportunities to universities, their teams, the individual participants and of course for our partnering organisations.

Launched in 2014 with the key objectives of developing professional engineers and inspiring the next generation, the Challenge is now a highly anticipated event attracting teams from across the UK and around the World. Each annual Challenge cycle kicks-off in October, ending with a final event in June the following year.

UAS Challenge 2019 took place from 16-18 June 2019 at Snowdonia Aerospace Centre

Teams of undergraduates from all over the world take part in the Challenge. They undertake a full design and build cycle of a UAS with specific mission objectives. The Challenge bridges the gap between academia and industry in developing applied UAS-related activities, providing the perfect opportunity to strengthen links with industry, other universities and enhance employment opportunities for graduates in the aerospace sector. See competition rules.

Given the experience we have from the Institution’s globally successful Formula Student competition, our direct links and relevance to both students and industry are assured.

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UAS Challenge 2017

The Challenge

  • Year-long project with phased stages of completion that require strict adherence and assessment in order to qualify to compete in the fly-off
  • Teams of undergraduates from national and international universities undertake a full design and build cycle of a UAS with specific mission objectives
  • Compete in a final ‘fly-off’ event in the UK
  • High priority focus on safety and technical competence throughout the competition
  • Overseen by a steering group of expert professionals in aerospace engineering and flight safety

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