This year we plan to take part in IARC.
The International Aerial Robotics Competition is the longest running collegiate aerial robotics challenge in the world. Entering its third decade of advancing the state of the art in autonomous aerial robotic behavior, the competition continues to tackle challenges that are currently impossible for any flying robots owned by government or industry.
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Quadrotors are aircraft that use four counter-rotating rotors in a cross-like shape to liftoff. Two rotors spin clockwise, two counter clockwise. Because of this property, a quadrotor can be controlled without any additional control rotor or surface.To check out detailed progress report, click on View Details.