International Aerial Robotics Competition

Ages:Undergraduate

Types:Tournament, Performance

Categories:Coding & Computer Science, Robotics, STEM

Scope:International

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The primary purpose of the IARC is to move the state-of-the-art in aerial robotics forward through the creation of significant and useful mission challenges that are considered 'impossible' at the time that they are proposed. The IARC is not a "spectator sport," but rather a "technology sport." Numerous teams have demonstrated systems that have been of interest to industry and government, leading to sponsorship and contract opportunities.

Each year a new "mission" is provided to teams. They must then create aerial robots that can perform the missions better than others. The 2019 Mission 8 challenges teams to demonstrate new behaviors that have never before been attempted in any of the past IARC missions. These include man-machine interaction (non-electronic command and control), fused sensor enhancement of a human operator by a fleet of aerial robots, swarm interaction, and head-to-head interaction with opposing aerial robots.

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Website: http://www.aerialroboticscompetition.org/

Managing Organization: AUVSI Foundation

Contact:
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Entry Fee:

This competition is open to students in Undergraduate.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

The primary purpose of the IARC is to move the state-of-the-art in aerial robotics forward through the creation of significant and useful mission challenges that are considered 'impossible' at the time that they are proposed. The IARC is not a "spectator sport," but rather a "technology sport." Numerous teams have demonstrated systems that have been of interest to industry and government, leading to sponsorship and contract opportunities.

Process

Each year a new "mission" is provided to teams. They must then create aerial robots that can perform the missions better than others. The 2019 Mission 8 challenges teams to demonstrate new behaviors that have never before been attempted in any of the past IARC missions. These include man-machine interaction (non-electronic command and control), fused sensor enhancement of a human operator by a fleet of aerial robots, swarm interaction, and head-to-head interaction with opposing aerial robots.

Criteria

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Awards

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Participate

Website: http://www.aerialroboticscompetition.org/

Managing Organization: AUVSI Foundation

Contact:
See competition website

Entry Fee:

This competition is open to students in Undergraduate.

Deadlines

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.