Made in Canada – Simulated BVLOS UAS Student Competition

This is a “made in Canada” Simulated BVLOS UAS Student Competition.  The purpose of the competition is to promote and develop Canadian expertise and...

2018 RoboMaster Competition Showcases The Future Of Robotics

RoboMaster, a yearly robotics competition for aspiring young engineers and University students, concluded its 2018 competition at the Shenzhen Bay Stadium in Shenzhen, China....

Ardupilot dominates 16th AUVSI student competition at Patuxent River NAS

Nine of the top ten platforms at the 2018 AUVSI sUAS student competition were flying Ardupilot firmware. The number nine slot was taken by...

Oliver Nicholls of Sydney, Australia, Wins $75,000 Top Prize at Intel International Science and...

Oliver Nicholls, 19, of Sydney, Australia, was awarded first place for designing and building a prototype of an autonomous robotic window cleaner for commercial...

Don’t get left behind! Learn how to capitalize on the ever-increasing use of drones...

Drones are changing the world. No longer are they just for hobbyists and the military, they are now being used in just about every...

The 2018 SUSB Expo Journal

Every year people ask what separates the Small Unmanned Systems Exposition from all the rest, what we showcase here is the future. No platitudes...

Drone Flying Demonstrations At The SUSB EXPO 2018

This is your chance to hear first hand from successful drone industry professionals and see live “cage free” demonstrations of applications, products and safety...

Epson Demo at the 2018 SUSB Expo

Small Unmanned Business Systems Business Exposition attendees and guests of Epson can come out to Treasure Island on April 26th and get a first...
Vex

VEX Robotics World Championship Shapes and Diversifies the Future STEM Workforce

The Robotics Education & Competition (REC) Foundation is proud to announce the 11th annual VEX Robotics World Championship, presented by the Northrop Grumman Foundation....

Second, annual drone data race

This year’s event will again consist of two separate competitions. Both contests are grounded in challenges our Aerial and Aquatic Robotic Research Group frequently encounters; responding to unfolding...