47 teams given a Go for Deliverable 1 for Medical Rescue 2020

The UAV Challenge Technical Committee has now completed its reviews of the Deliverable 1 documents from teams that have entered the UAV Challenge Medical Rescue event that will be held in 2020.

After some clarifications from some teams, 47 teams have been given a Go decision and progress to the next stage. Those teams have a total of nearly 500 team members. Congratulations to all the teams.

ABES Engineering College (India)

Aerial Robotics Club at NC State (USA)

Aldora (Spain)AS Works (Canada)

Beam UAV (Australia)Cairo University UDC (Egypt)

Canberra UAV (Australia)Flight Labs UNSW (Australia)

Flow Design Team (Croatia)

Forward Robotics (Canada)

GriffinUAV (Thailand)

High Flyers (Poland)

ISAAC UAV (Thailand)

JetStream (Poland)

MAVlab TUDelft (The Netherlands)

MelAvio (Poland)

Monash Unmanned Aerial Systems (Australia)

NDVI Drone (Thailand)

OnPointUAS (Australia)

Pegasus (Thailand)

Phone It In (Australia)

PolyU Pharos (Hong Kong)

QUT Aero (Australia)

Rescue Dragons (India)

RhinoHawk UAV (USA)

RMIT Mighty Morphin Flying Rangers (Australia)

SRM UAV (India)

Sutherland Shire UAV (Australia)

Sydney RPAs (Australia)

TDIH (Australia)

Team Blaze (India)

Team Dhaksha (India)

Team Icarus (UAE)

Team Kalpana (India)

Team Pigeon (Australia)

Team Retired (Australia)

Team Rocket (Australia)

Team UAV (India)

UAS-DTU (India)

UASyd (Australia)

West Coast UAV (Australia)

WUThrust (Poland)

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